"We're building relationships committed to investing in quality teams of color," Mukesh Patel said in NJBIZ

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Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Newark, NJ


The Black and Latino Tech Initiative, a collaborative program with the goal to aid early-stage companies with black and Latino co-founders with viable business models, will launch this week in Newark, organizers said.

Mukesh Patel, the entrepreneur in residence and executive coach, said the group aims to give resources and mentorship to these early-stage companies in an effort to help them gain traction and attract more private capital and gain admission into quality accelerators.

"We're building relationships with (venture capitalists), angels and accelerators committed to investing in quality teams of color," Patel said.

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