Four young black businessmen are quickly becoming superstars in the business investment arena, carving out a niche that champions investing in businesses owned by women and people of color. A couple of recent newsworthy developments underscore the point.
- The Consumer Technology Association announced it had selected Harlem Capital Partners (HCP) as one of two venture capital firms in which it will make an investment as part of a $10 million commitment to minority and women-owned companies.
- That latest deal came on the heels of Forbes selecting the HCP team for its coveted “30 Under 30” social entrepreneur class of 2019.
Read more about the foursome here.