How do unrepresented communities find funding when investors are looking elsewhere? Why is diversity so important in venture capitalism? Learn more about how to stand up and stand out during your entrepreneur journey in this episode as you hear from Mac Conwell II, Founder and Managing Partner of RareBreed Ventures in North America.
About our Guest:
Mac Conwell II is a former software engineer who decided to take on venture capitalism when he realized the need for Black entrepreneurs, and entrepreneurs from other underrepresented communities, to get funded in the United States. Based out of Maryland, USA, Mac is the Founder and Managing Partner of RareBreed Ventures, which focuses on funding startups outside of North America's major tech hubs in Silicon Valley, New York, and Boston, during the pre-seed phase.
Mac has founded two companies, one of which he successfully exited, and he has a wealth of knowledge and experience to offer pre-seed companies.
Learn more about Mac here.
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How to contact Mac:
LinkedIn | McKeever (Mac) Conwell, II
Twitter | @MacConwell, @RareBreedVC
Website | https://rarebreed.webflow.io