Dashible Selected by Google for Startups
DURHAM – Twelve teams, including ones from Durham and Charlotte, will participate in the Google for Startups Black Founders Exchange event coming up in the Bull City.
The virtual program is set for Oct. 3-8.
American Underground is the host.
Teams will participate in training, mentorship, collaboration, and community.
The list of attendees:
AppDrop (Washington, DC) – Appdrop is an end-to-end software that empowers non-technical teams to build their apps without writing a single line of code in weeks.
BatteryXchange (Charlotte, NC) – BatteryXchange has developed a charging platform & kiosk machine that allows cell phone users to rent portable batteries on demand.
Dashible (New York, NY) – We help local retailers find new customers and keep them coming back via a SaaS deals, loyalty and customer engagement platform.
Dashible Wins a Spot as One of the 100 I Love SMB Businesses
NEW YORK, May 25, 2021 (Newswire.com) - One hundred small business owners who represent the five boroughs of New York City and the diversity that makes NYC so special have been chosen as the winners of the I Love NYC SMB Campaign.Read More
Dashible Accelerates on the West Coast
Berkeley-Based Incubator Adds Diverse New Businesses to its Growing Portfolio
BERKELEY, Calif., April 8, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Eleven early-stage startups have joined the Batchery's three-month Deep Dive program for entrepreneurs. The program focuses on helping startups get over their first set of growth hurdles. Each company will experience a three-pronged approach, which combines high-touch mentorship from the Batchery's Investor Advisor community, a twelve-week class that covers all aspects of "Startup 101," and a rotation of roundtables and partnerships to strategically catalyze their growth.Read More
Dashible is Accepted into the EY Entrepreneurs Access Network
The Entrepreneurs Access Network will support Black and Latinx entrepreneurs in further growing their businesses and reinvesting in their communities
Ernst & Young LLP (EY US) today announces the inaugural cohort of the Entrepreneurs Access Network (EAN), a business accelerator and comprehensive, executive-level educational program designed to elevate scalable Black and Latinx-owned companies through access to mentors, resources and networks. EAN offers a curated class-based learning program for emerging and established enterprises, and an on-demand option with self-paced education is available to Black and Latinx entrepreneurs of all levels nationwide.
The inaugural cohort includes entrepreneurs in 10 markets across the US.Read More
Two Black and Veteran-Led Tech Startups Integrated Their Platforms
Technology has proven to be the elite tool this year as it continues to innovate and improve industries all over.
Even more so, tech is entering the food industry in ways that overall tweaks the F&B business models to better serve their customers.
Prime example, Dashible, a subscription-based deal creation/distribution platform, and EatOkra, a location-based mobile app that helps customers easily find local Black-owned restaurants, have both partnered together to integrate their tech platforms as a means to benefit Black-owned food businesses in the U.S.Read More
FG Graduates are building world-class companies.
We are excited to debut the graduates of Founder Gym Fundraising Cohort 14. For six weeks, from August 17th to September 25th, we trained 45 founders in 4 countries on 4 continents on how to successfully raise money to scale their tech startups. With this latest set of graduates in FG Fundraising Cohort 14, the total number of Founder Gym Alumni is now 485.Read More
Gentleman's Factory: Co-working, networking and community for men of color
Gentlemen’s Factory began once Jeff Lindor realized that everywhere he went, he had to “fit in.”
And, so, the co-working space for men of color was born. Founded in 2014, it’s more than just a professional network and a makeshift office: It’s also a community.
“There aren’t necessarily places that ‘fit me’,”Lindor explained to Yahoo Finance. “As a result, I founded the Gentlemen’s Factory because that’s not only a situation I encounter. I realized that so many other black and brown men face that same reality.”Read More