Accelerate Black Tech cohort is set to benefit from the combined expertise, education, and tailored support of Tribe and Volta. Business incubators & accelerators, Volta
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In the early days of his career, Bo Simango was apprehensive about starting out on such an uncertain journey. In his words, he had “more
Over the last decade, Rafaela Andrade dedicated herself to advancing the field of molecular biology with the goal of bridging the gap between scientific discovery
Our CEO & Founder, Alfred Burgesson, reflects on our responsibility to Truth and Reconciliation, honoring Indigenous history and survivors on National Day.
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Kendall Darling, co-founder of PilotX, identifies access to funding and professional networks as the biggest challenges for racialized entrepreneurs in tech in Atlantic Canada. However, he also sees an opportunity to create technology that supports BIPOC communities and brings new perspectives to the industry. Darling emphasizes the need for a strategic plan to disrupt systemic barriers and more community involvement beyond Black History Month. His advice for aspiring entrepreneurs is to pursue their passions and surround themselves with supportive people.