Harlem Capital Closes $40mm Inaugural Fund And Opens Opportunities For Women And Entrepreneurs Of Color

Harlem Capital, a diversity-focused venture capital firm, today announced the closing of Harlem Capital Partners Venture Fund I, LP at $40.3mm (“Fund I”). Continue Reading →

Billion-Dollar Equity Firm Invests In Harlem Capital Partners For Minority Stake

Global alternative asset firm TPG announced that it is taking a minority stake in Harlem Capital Partners (HCP), an early stage venture capital firm, and will be making an unspecified commitment to the firm’s first pooled fund. Continue Reading →

KKR And Harlem Capital Launch Talent Partnership To Recruit Investment Professionals

KKR and Harlem Capital Partners (HCP) have launched a partnership to provide a pathway for talented women and minorities who are early-career professionals, undergraduates or MBA candidates, to increase their presence in the investment management industry. Continue Reading →

Entrepreneurs Of Color With A “Harlem State Of Mind” Fund Expands To D.C.

JPMorgan’s initiative to invest in minority entrepreneurs has launched in Washington, D.C. with $6.7 million in available funding writes Nancy Pothering for Impactalpha. Continue Reading →

Deputy Mayor Glen Announces Program To Increase Funding For Women Entrepreneurs

Deputy Mayor Alicia Glen and New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today released a Request for Proposals (“RFP”) in an effort to address the disparities related to raising capital experienced by women entrepreneurs, especially in the tech industry. Continue Reading →

Meet TheMen Behind Harlem Capital

Black Enterprise reports that these four men (above) have partnered up to create Harlem Capital, taking on the task of funding black and brown founders, full speed ahead. Continue Reading →

How Harlem Investor Got The Worse End When Uber Crashed The Taxi Market (Updated)

Crains New York reports that when Dr. Amarpreet Singh received a tip from a patient back in 2013, he was all ears. The city was expanding its taxi fleet, the patient explained. Continue Reading →

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