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According to CB Insights data, less than two percent of venture funding in 2019 went to Hispanic founders. This is despite the fact that diverse founding teams have proven to regularly outperform homogenous ones

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month and the incredible innovation being spurred by Hispanic and LatinX founders throughout North America and beyond, we are are thrilled to release the following v1 Hispanic American Startup Resource List, featuring over 200 startup organizations listed that are helping Hispanic and LatinX founders across the U.S. and the Americas, organized by stage.

While we spent many hours on this research, more input is needed. Please leave your comments on this collaborative Google document to help us complete the list. Below we have included a text version, for ease of searching & hyperlinking to all resources:

Startup Stages


There is no one right way to build a technology company, but for the sake of simplicity we have outlined a basic, common, sequential framework.

1. IDEA-STAGE 

This is where new entrepreneurs get inspired, learn best practices, develop skills, validate ideas, and begin to build their team and product.

  1. Inspire

    1. Startup Media: Centralized information, listings, and news around Hispanic entrepreneurship (i.e. startup blogs/ publications/ lists/ FB groups/ newsletters, etc)

      1. Latin Post (USA)
      2. Latinas in Business (USA)
      3. Latino Built (USA)
      4. Silicon Valley Latino (USA)
      5. Startup Digest Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
      6. Techqueria (USA)


  1. Inspirational Events: Open, inclusive, beginner startup events specifically for Hispanic entrepreneurs/ aspiring entrepreneurs (i.e. Startup Weekend, idea fairs, and inspirational meetups) 

    1. #LHM Summit (USA)
    2. Graveti Summit (USA)
    3. Hispanotech Women in IT (Canada)
    4. LatAm Startups Conf 7.0 (Canada)
    5. Latinas in Tech (USA)
    6. Latino Startup Alliance (USA)
    7. Latinos in Tech Atlanta (USA)
    8. LatinoTech Summit (USA)
    9. Latinx Tech Summit (USA)
    10. LTX Fest 2020 (USA)
    11. MiTECH (USA)
    12. Startup Weekend Latinx (USA)
    13. Tech Inclusion (USA)
    14. TechFam (USA)
    15. TechLatino Emerging Tech Leaders Summit (USA)
    16. Top Latinx Tech Leaders (USA)


  1. Educate

    1. Best Practices: Beginner knowledge-sharing events specifically for Hispanic entrepreneurs/ aspiring entrepreneurs (i.e. beginner events that serve to educate more than inspirate, like 1 Million Cups, Startup Grind, Startup Founder 101, etc).

      1. 1 Million Cups (USA)
      2. Black TechXcellence: A Group For Black/Latinx/Diversity Tech (USA)
      3. Blockchain Latinx (USA)
      4. Code Latino (USA)
      5. Latinos In Tech (USA)
      6. LatinoTech (USA)
      7. Latinx Tech PDX (USA)
      8. Minority Programmers Association (USA)
      9. Philly Startup Leaders (USA)
      10. Startup Founder 101
      11. Startup Grind
      12. Techqueria Meetup (USA)
    1. Training & Feedback: Skill & Idea development organizations that are either 100% focused on Hispanic or LatinX Americans, or have specific programs geared towards increasing Hispanic Americans in entrepreneurship. (Ex. bootcamps and comprehensive training programs, like Founder Institute, General Assembly, Lean Startup Machine, code camps, etc)

      1. Ada Developers Academy (USA)
      2. Alchemy Code Lab (USA)
      3. All Star Code (USA)
      4. American Underground (USA)
      5. Amhiga Hispana (USA)
      6. Black and Brown Founders (USA)
      7. BrainStation
      8. Careers in Code (USA)
      9. Chicago Codes (USA)
      10. Claim Academy (USA)
      11. Code Fellows (USA)
      12. Code Latino (USA)
      13. Code Next (USA)
      14. Code2040 (USA)
      15. Coding Dojo (USA)
      16. Coding it Forward (USA)
      17. DevLeague (USA)
      18. DevPoint Labs (USA)
      19. DigitalCrafts (USA)
      20. Flatiron School (USA)
      21. Founder Institute
      22. Galvanize (USA)
      23. General Assembly
      24. Grand Circus (USA)
      25. Hack Reactor (USA)
      26. Hackbright Academy (USA)
      27. Hispanic IT Executive Council (USA)
      28. Hispanics and Technology (USA)
      29. ImBlackInTech (USA)
      30. Immerse (USA)
      31. Kal Academy (USA)
      32. Lambda School
      33. Latina Girls Code (USA)
      34. Launch Academy (USA)
      35. Le Wagon (Canada)
      36. Lean Startup Machine
      37. Lighthouse Labs (Canada)
      38. Metis (USA)
      39. Millennial Entrepreneurs Redefined (USA)
      40. Nation of Makers (USA)
      41. New Relic Bootcamp Diversity Scholarship (USA)
      42. Philly Tech Sistas (USA)
      43. Pivot Technology School (USA)
      44. PowerMoves Bootcamp (USA)
      45. SEED SPOT (USA)
      46. SHPE (USA)
      47. Startup Institute (USA)
      48. StartupBus Diversity Fellowship Program (USA)
      49. Tech Diversified (USA)
      50. Tech Elevator (USA)
      51. TechLatino (USA)
      52. We Can Code IT (USA)


  1. Validate

    1. Team Formation: Resources for Hispanic entrepreneurs to team up (i.e. events or other resources that facilitate early-stage recruitment and cofounder matching)

      1. Amplify Latinx (USA)
      2. Association of Latino Professionals for America (USA)
      3. Bay Area Hispanic Professionals (USA)
      4. Business Latin Network (Canada)
      5. Central Florida Entrepreneurs Networking Group (USA)
      6. Chicago Latino Network (USA)
      7. CoFoundersLab
      8. DC Latinx In STEM (USA)
      9. Founder2be
      10. FounderDating
      11. Hispanic Business Alliance (Canada)
      12. Hispanotech (Canada)
      13. Latin-Canadian Business Network (Canada)
      14. Latino Business Action Network (USA)
      15. Latino Professionals (USA)
      16. Latinxs Who Design
      17. Prospanica (USA)
      18. Seattle Latino/a Networking Professionals Meetup Group (USA)
      19. Silicon Beach Diversity (USA)
      20. TechCofounder
      21. TheLatinaPro: The Latina Professional Movement (USA)
      22. United Latinas (USA)


    1. Build First Product: Hackathons & resources to build, specifically for Hispanic entrepreneurs (i.e. hackathons and other builder-focused events and resources)

      1. #DFCHack
      2. ATX Diversity Hackathon (USA)
      3. Austin Hispanic Hackers Meetup (USA)
      4. CAHSI Hackathon (USA)
      5. Coding in Color (USA)
      6. Columbia DivHacks (USA)
      7. DataEthics4All Ethics4NextGen AI Hackathon (USA)
      8. FutureForce Hackathon (USA)
      9. Hack and Learn (USA)
      10. Hack for Inclusion (USA)
      11. Hack for Justice Hackathon (USA)
      12. Hack Juntos 2.0 (USA)
      13. Hack the Gap (USA)
      14. Hack.Diversity (USA)
      15. Hacklab (Canada)
      16. Increasing Diversity in Leadership - Virtual Hackathon
      17. LA Makerspace (USA)
      18. latinoTech & SHPE (USA)
      19. National Day of Civic Hacking (USA)
      20. UBC Local Hack Day (Canada)


2. LAUNCH-STAGE 

In this stage, entrepreneurs establish and formalize the company, develop the product, get feedback from customers, and prepare for the next step.

  1. Start

    1. Establish: Law firms & banks for startups with programs specifically targeting Hispanic and other minorities in startups  

      1. Aird & Berlis LLP (Canada)
      2. Bank of America (USA)
      3. Capital One Bank (USA)
      4. Chase Bank (USA)
      5. Citibank (USA)
      6. Citizens Bank (USA)
      7. Comerica Bank (USA)
      8. Davis Wright Tremaine (USA)
      9. Dentons
      10. Egan Nelson (USA)
      11. Fasken (Canada)
      12. Fenwick & West (USA)
      13. First Republic Bank (USA)
      14. Goodmans (Canada)
      15. Greenberg Traurig (USA)
      16. HSBC
      17. KeyBank (USA)
      18. Ocean Bank (USA)
      19. Perkins Coie (USA)
      20. PNC (USA)
      21. RBC Royal Bank (Canada)
      22. Scotiabank (Canada)
      23. Silicon Valley Bank
      24. SunTrust Bank (USA)
      25. TD Bank (USA)
      26. TD Canada Trust (Canada)
      27. Union Bank (USA)
      28. US Bank (USA)
      29. Wells Fargo Bank (USA)
      30. White & Case (USA)
      31. Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati (USA)
  1. Workspace: Co-working and flexible workspaces with programs specifically targeting Hispanics and other minorities in startups (note: “official” office space goes in 3.1.a. Infrastructure) 

    1. Blue Lacuna (USA)
    2. Capital Factory (USA)
    3. Co+Hoots (USA)
    4. Coworking on 15th Ave (USA)
    5. District 28 (Canada)
    6. Impact Hub
    7. WeWork
  1. Develop

    1. Formalize: Accounting, development and HR for early-stage startups, with programs specifically targeting Hispanic Americans and other minorities in startups  

      1. Airswift
      2. Belatrix (USA)
      3. CCI Consulting (USA)
      4. Del Real Tax Group (USA)
      5. Employers Advantage LLC (USA)
      6. EX2 Outcoding (USA)
      7. Founder's CPA (USA)
      8. Frierson, Sola, Simonton & Kutac (USA)
      9. Groom & Associates (Canada)
      10. Jopwell (USA)
      11. Koombea (USA)
      12. KROST (USA)
      13. Marcum (USA)
      14. Mariette Martinez, EA (USA)
      15. Moss Adams (USA)
      16. RGB Accounting (Canada)
      17. Softtek
      18. SRJ Chartered Accountants (Canada)
      19. Steven Cardwell Recruitment
      20. Verdeja, De Armas & Trujillo (USA)


    1. Prepare for Seed: Incubators and advanced mentorship with programs specifically targeting Hispanics and other minorities in startups (i.e. advanced knowledge sharing, later stage events and resources for startup TEAMS)

      1. Black And Latino Tech (USA)
      2. BLUE1647 (USA)
      3. Code2040 (USA)
      4. digitalundivided (USA)
      5. DMZ (Canada)
      6. Downtown Business Hub (USA)
      7. EforAll (USA)
      8. Google for Startups (USA)
      9. Inclusive Innovation Incubator (USA)
      10. Incubator Without Walls (USA)
      11. Latino Lens (USA)
      12. Latinx Incubator (USA)
      13. Launch With GS (USA)
      14. Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (USA)
      15. Minority Cannabis Incubator (USA)
      16. Prospera Florida (USA)
      17. PuenteLabs (USA)
      18. Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center (USA)
      19. Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative (USA)
      20. StartUP FIU Procurement (USA)


  1. Launch

    1. Seed Accelerators: Seed funding mentor programs with programs specifically targeting Hispanic Americans in startups (Techstars-style programs that provide funding)

      1. 500 Startups (USA)
      2. 1863 Ventures Pipeline (USA)
      3. 1871 (USA)
      4. DivInc (USA)
      5. DMZ (Canada)
      6. Dreamit (USA)
      7. Emprende Latino (USA)
      8. Impact Ventures Startup Accelerator (USA)
      9. LatAm Startups (Canada)
      10. Latino Nonprofit Accelerator (USA)
      11. LEANLAB (USA)
      12. Manos Accelerator (USA)
      13. NewME (USA)
      14. Startup52 (USA)
      15. Techstars (USA)
      16. Tumml (USA)
      17. Y Combinator (USA)


    1. Pitch & Demo: Show local startups for investment (i.e. demo days for companies seeking seed investment)

      1. ¡Pitchazo! (USA)
      2. 1871 + IHCC Latinx Incubator Showcase (USA)
      3. Angeles Investors Quarterly Pitch Night (USA)
      4. digitalundivided Demo Day (USA)
      5. DivInc Demo Day (USA)
      6. Flash Pitch Latinx (USA)
      7. Latino Flash Pitch (USA)
      8. Latino Nonprofit Accelerator Demo Day (USA)
      9. LatinoTech Startup Pitch Competition (USA)
      10. Latinx Edupreneurs Pitch Competition (USA)
      11. Latinx Incubator Demo Day (USA)
      12. LTX Fest 2020 El Poder del Pitch Competition (USA)
      13. PitchBlack (USA)


3. GROWTH-STAGE 

Here, a startup proves their utility, receives recognition, and scales up. This usually requires funding, angels, VCs, and ways to connect them to startups.

  1. Recognition 

    1. Investor Networking: Connect professional investors with founders, with programs specifically targeting Hispanic, LatinX, and other minorities in startups  (i.e. events or groups that facilitate connections with professional investors)

      1. Angel Investment Network (USA)
      2. Angeles Investors (USA)
      3. Canada Investment Network (Canada)
      4. DreamFunded (USA)
      5. Impact America Fund (USA)
      6. Latinx Founders Collective (USA)
      7. LatinX VC (USA)
      8. LTX VC (USA)
      9. Manos Angel Network (USA)
      10. Minority Angel Investor Network (USA)
      11. NACO Canada (Canada)
      12. Pipeline Angels (USA)
      13. Portfolia (USA)
      14. Startup Angels (USA)
      15. VC Include (USA)


  1. Major Media: Mainstream local business press, with features specifically targeting Hispanic Americans and other minorities in startups (i.e. major local or regional publications that frequently champion businesses)

    1. Hispanic Business TV (USA)
    2. Hispanic Executive (USA)
    3. Hispanic Network Magazine (USA)
    4. Latin Business Today (USA)
    5. Latin Times (USA)
    6. Latino Leaders Magazine (USA)
    7. Minority Business Magazine (USA)
    8. Minority Business News (USA)
  1. Funding

    1. Angels / Micro-VCs: Angel and seed-stage investors  

      1. Prominent Hispanic Angels

        1. Alejandro Guerrero (USA)
        2. Alex Mendez (USA)
        3. Alex Tellez (USA)
        4. Antonio Rodriguez (USA)
        5. Carolina Huaranca Mendoza (USA)
        6. Claudio Rojas (Canada)
        7. Emanuel Pleitez (USA)
        8. German Fondevila (USA)
        9. Ilse Calderon (USA)
        10. James Gutierrez (USA)
        11. Javier Saade (USA)
        12. Manny Fernandez (USA)
        13. Marco Giberti (USA)
        14. Mario Tapia (USA)
        15. Miriam Rivera (USA)
        16. Natalia Oberti Noguera (USA)
        17. Nathalie Molina Niño (USA)
        18. Pedro Torres-Mackie (USA)
        19. Roy Pereira (Canada)
        20. Roy Sosa (USA)
        21. Samara Mejia Hernandez (USA)
        22. Sergio A. Escobar (Canada)
        23. Sergio Monsalve (USA)
    1. Angel Investors with a focus on Hispanics and other minorities in startups 

      1. Alexis Ohanian (USA)
      2. Anthony Saleh (USA)
      3. Aydin Senkut (USA)
      4. Bart Lorang (USA)
      5. Ben Lin (USA)
      6. Benjamin Ling (USA)
      7. Bobby Yazdani (USA)
      8. Brad Holden (USA)
      9. Bradley C. Harrison (USA)
      10. Brett Jackson (USA)
      11. Chamath Palihapitiya (USA)
      12. David Lee (USA)
      13. David Teten (USA)
      14. David Wanek (USA)
      15. Dharmesh Shah (USA)
      16. Elizabeth Kraus (USA)
      17. Felix Shpilman (USA)
      18. Garry Tan (USA)
      19. Harj Taggar (USA)
      20. Jeff Schox (USA)
      21. Jerry Yang (USA)
      22. Jude Gomila (USA)
      23. Kal Vepuri (USA)
      24. Lance White (USA)
      25. Max Levchin (USA)
      26. Michael Arrington (USA)
      27. Naval Ravikant (USA)
      28. Paul Sethi (USA)
      29. Peter Kellner (USA)
      30. Ram Shriram (USA)
      31. Ryan T. Melohn (USA)
      32. Shruti Van Dyke Gandhi (USA)
      33. Steve Chen (USA)
      34. Tony L. Chen (USA)

    1. Venture Capitalists: Series A and beyond

      1. Prominent Hispanic Venture Capitalists

        1. Adela Cepeda (Angeles Investors - USA)
        2. Ana Quintana (Black Diamond Ventures - USA)
        3. Carmen Palafox (MiLA Capital - USA)
        4. Consuelo Valverde (SV LATAM Capital - USA)
        5. Laura Frey (SV LATAM Capital - USA)
        6. Lisa Feria (Stray Dog Capital - USA)
        7. Lisa Morales-Hellebo (REFASHIOND Ventures - USA)
        8. Jason Torres (Mansa Capital Management - USA)
        9. Jomayra Herrera (Cowboy Ventures - USA)
        10. Marcos Gonzalez (VamosVentures - USA)
        11. Maria Salamanca (Unshackled Ventures - USA)
        12. Noramay Cadena (MiLA Capital - USA)
        13. Pablo Perez III (SK10 Capital - USA)
        14. Roman Leal (LEAP Global Partners - USA)
        15. Santi Subotovsky (Emergence Capital - USA)
      2. VCs with a focus on Hispanics and other minorities in startups
        1. 645 Ventures (USA)
        2. 1863 Ventures (USA)
        3. Accion (USA)
        4. Ascend Ventures (USA)
        5. Aspect Ventures (USA)
        6. Aspen Capital Fund (USA)
        7. AUA Private Equity (USA)
        8. Authentic Ventures (USA)
        9. Backstage Capital (USA)
        10. Bain Capital (USA)
        11. BASE (USA)
        12. Base10 Partners (USA)
        13. Bessemer Venture Partners (USA)
        14. Black Diamond Ventures (USA)
        15. Black Girl Ventures (USA)
        16. Blue Run Ventures (USA)
        17. Bootstrap Capital (USA)
        18. Brightpath Capital Partners (USA)
        19. Brightspark Ventures (Canada)
        20. Bronze VC (USA)
        21. Brown Venture Group (USA)
        22. Camelback Ventures (USA)
        23. Catalyst Fund (USA)
        24. Chingona Ventures (USA)
        25. Cleo Capital (USA)
        26. Collab Capital (USA)
        27. Connectivity Ventures Fund (USA)
        28. Cowboy Ventures (USA)
        29. CRE Venture Capital (USA)
        30. CVF Capital Partners (USA)
        31. digitalundivided (USA)
        32. DiverseCity Ventures (USA)
        33. Dreamit Ventures (USA)
        34. EchoVC Partners (USA)
        35. Emergence (USA)
        36. Extreme Venture Partners (Canada)
        37. Fairview Capital (USA)
        38. FEARLESS FUND (USA)
        39. Felicis Ventures (USA)
        40. Floodgate (USA)
        41. Founders First Capital Partners (USA)
        42. GE Capital (USA)
        43. GenNx360 (USA)
        44. Gingerbread Capital (USA)
        45. GV (USA)
        46. Harlem Capital (USA)
        47. HBCUvc (USA)
        48. Highline Beta
        49. Humble Ventures (USA)
        50. ICV Partners (USA)
        51. ID Ventures (USA)
        52. Impact America Fund (USA)
        53. Intel Capital (USA)
        54. Kapor Capital (USA)
        55. KEC Ventures (USA)
        56. LAVCA Venture Investors (USA)
        57. LEAP Global Partners (USA)
        58. Lightship Capital (USA)
        59. Lowercase Capital (USA)
        60. MaC Venture Capital (USA)
        61. MiLA Capital (USA)
        62. New Age Capital (USA)
        63. New Voices Foundation (USA)
        64. Opportunity Fund (USA)
        65. Panache Ventures (Canada)
        66. Precursor Ventures (USA)
        67. PS27 Ventures (USA)
        68. Reach Capital (USA)
        69. Realist Ventures (USA)
        70. REFASHIOND Ventures (USA)
        71. Reign Ventures (USA)
        72. Reinventure Capital (USA)
        73. Ribbit Capital (USA)
        74. Rough Draft Ventures (USA)
        75. Serena Ventures (USA)
        76. Social Capital (USA)
        77. South Ventures (USA)
        78. Stray Dog Capital (USA)
        79. SV Latam Capital (USA)
        80. Ulu Ventures (USA)
        81. Uncork Capital (USA)
        82. Unshackled Ventures (USA)
        83. Upfront Ventures (USA)
        84. Valmo Ventures (USA)
        85. VamosVentures (USA)
        86. Vertical 404 (USA)
        87. Vesuvio Ventures (USA)
        88. Village Capital (USA)
        89. Vista Equity Partners (USA)
        90. WE Venture (USA)


    1. Growth

      1. Infrastructure: Office space, HR, local business insurance, with programs specifically targeting Hispanic and other minority in startup founders  
        1. 42Floors
        2. Allstate
        3. Astron Solutions (USA)
        4. Athena Alliance (USA)
        5. Aviva (Canada)
        6. Barbachano International
        7. BOWEN Group (Canada)
        8. Breather
        9. Chubb
        10. Cigna Health Insurance
        11. Desjardins Agents (Canada)
        12. Esurance (USA)
        13. Farmers Insurance (USA)
        14. Geico (USA)
        15. Instant Offices
        16. IQ PARTNERS (Canada)
        17. JER HR Group (USA)
        18. Kovasys IT Recruitment Agency
        19. Liberty Mutual
        20. LiquidSpace
        21. LoopNet
        22. MetLife (USA)
        23. New York Life Insurance Company
        24. OfficeFinder
        25. Progressive
        26. Regus
        27. Sage Recruiting (Canada)
        28. Shaw HR Consulting (USA)
        29. SIGnature Recruiting (Canada)
        30. State Farm (USA)
        31. TechSpace
        32. The Hartford (USA)
        33. Travelers Insurance
        34. TruShield Insurance (Canada)
        35. Turnkey Office Space


      1. Expansion: Growth accelerators/consultants, with programs specifically targeting Hispanic Americans and other minorities in startups  (i.e. programs and business consultants for capital-rich companies to grow and scale)
        1. Accenture
        2. Bain & Company
        3. BearingPoint (USA)
        4. Booz Allen Hamilton (USA)
        5. Boston Consulting Group
        6. Capgemini
        7. Deloitte
        8. Egon Zehnder
        9. Ernst & Young
        10. FTI Consulting
        11. Gartner
        12. Grant Thornton
        13. Grey
        14. Kantar
        15. Kearney
        16. KPMG
        17. L.E.K. Consulting (USA)
        18. McKinsey & Company
        19. Mercer
        20. NAHREP Consulting Services (USA)
        21. North Highland (USA)
        22. Oliver Wyman
        23. Protiviti
        24. PwC
        25. Roland Berger
        26. Royal Consulting Firm (USA)
        27. Tata Consultancy Services
        28. The Barthwell Group (USA)

4. SUCCESS STORIES 

Notable technology companies that were founded by Hispanics, or currently have a Hispanic CEO.

    1. 3DR
    2. Auth0
    3. AutoWeb
    4. Brightstar
    5. CareMessage
    6. Contour
    7. Duolingo
    8. Eight Sleep
    9. Encantos
    10. Finix
    11. goTenna
    12. Klout
    13. Limelight Health
    14. LinkAmerica
    15. Maker's Row
    16. MicroTech
    17. Mural
    18. NBD Nanotechnologies
    19. Open English
    20. Paladin
    21. Pipefy
    22. ProntoForms
    23. Proven
    24. Radiant RFID
    25. Raised Real
    26. SendGrid
    27. The Honest Company
    28. TRUINJECT
    29. Zumba Fitness

Supporters


To facilitate the steps, every ecosystem needs strong supporters.

1. GOVERNMENT

Public organizations that facilitate local economic development  

  1. Hispanic Business Organizations 
    1. Capital Pathways (USA)
    2. Government of Canada Start-up Visa Program (Canada)
    3. Grand Challenges Canada (Canada)
    4. Latino Canadian Chamber of Commerce (Canada)
    5. Latino Economic Development Center (USA)
    6. LatinSF (USA)
    7. Minority Business Development Agency (USA)
    8. National Black & Latino Council (USA)
    9. National Minority Business Council (USA)
    10. National Minority Supplier Development Council (USA)
    11. SBA 8(a) Business Development Program (USA)
    12. SCORE (USA)
    13. The Latino Coalition (USA)
    14. Toronto Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (Canada)
    15. United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USA)

 

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