Bronze Valley, from Birmingham, Alabama, is launching in the First State, reports technical.ly.
The US Chamber’s extensive list showcases both broad-based programs and industry-specific funds.
The National Association of Latino Community Asset Builders will use the funds to boost nonprofit lenders, reports Al Dia.
Spartanburg launches a $6.2 million program, reports Fox Carolina.
It’s a route for women and minority founders who are overlooked by traditional VCs, says Yahoo!Finance.
Governor Kathy Hochul says the $30 million Pre-Seed and Seed Matching Fund Program will offer early-stage start-up companies $50,000 to $250,000.
Boston-based Mendoza Ventures has secured the first close on its third fund at $100M to use in early growth-stage startups, reports Tech Funding News.
The university’s fund will make available up to $200,000 per applicant, reports nola.com.