Durham firms LoanWell, Courtroom5, Charlotte’s Freeman Capital land Google for Startups funding

Excerpt from WRAL TechWire:

DURHAM – Three North Carolina firms are receiving a combined $200,000 in funding from Google for Startups Black Founders Fund.

They are:

  • LoanWell (Durham)
  • Courtroom5 (Durham)
  • Freeman Capital (Charlotte)

“We are committed to helping Black founders who have been deeply impacted by COVID-19 and who are disproportionately locked out of access to the funding they need to succeed,” says Jewel Burks Solomon, Head of Google for Startups US, in Tuesday’s announcement.

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