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Harlem Capital Partners

Harlem Capital Partners

  • New York, New York, United States

  • New York, New York

Stage

  • Early Stage, Seed

Type

  • Venture Capital

Description

Harlem Capital Partners Venture Fund I is a venture capital fund managed by Harlem Capital Partners. The fund is located in New York, New York and invests in the United States. The fund targets to invest in the commercial service and TMT sectors. It seeks investments in MWBE and also seeks impact investments related to waste, diversity & inclusion, financial services and health.

Mission

Mission: Change the face of entrepreneurship by investing in 1,000 diverse founders.

Beauty Investments #

  • 3

Primary Sector

  • Tech/Consumer/Beauty

Beauty Exits #

  • 0

Last Beauty Invest

  • Apr, 2022-Aunt Flow-$8.5M

BEAUTY PORTFOLIO

How to Apply?

Submit a Pitch: Entrepreneurs can submit their business pitches directly through the Harlem Capital website.

 

Contact Information: For general inquiries, reach out via their contact page or email available on their website: https://harlem.capital/pitch/

Criteria

Diverse Founders: Emphasis on women and minority-led businesses.

Scalable Business Models: Preference for companies with significant growth potential.

Market Opportunity: Targeting large and growing markets.

Resources Breakdown Funding Terms
  • $1M to $3M

  • Equity Stake

Education
  • No
Accelerator
  • Type-Off Site
  • Duration-Off Site
Network
  • 60+ startups/10+ Cities: Small to Medium
1:1
  • Yes

IMPERATIVE: CULTURE & VALUES

Representation and Impact

Access to Capital

Diverse Perspectives

Mentorship and Support

Community Building

TBD

BEAUTY FUNDER FIT SCORE

Resources

Education

Accelerator

Network

1:1

4.65/10

Inclusivity Investments %
  • 91.67%
Beauty Investments #
  • 3

Beauty Exits #
  • 0
Last Beauty Invest
  • Apr, 2022-Aunt Flow-$8.5M

LEAD DETAILS

Lead Contact

Henri Pierre Jacques

Title

Managing Partner

Twitter Handle

JUMP CONCLUSION

Harlem Capital Partners, operating in venture capital, targets seed-stage tech startups led by minority and women founders. This also implies that the startups they fund are likely to going to solve niche problems face by diverse groups.

Beauty might not seem like a priority sector but Very Good Beauty Funder Fit even after the recent news about Beauty Bakerie’s closure, a case around women and minority founders would still carry weight.

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