The Capital Factory, an Austin-based coworking space and accelerator for tech businesses, is expanding to Dallas and offering $100,000 to a diverse tech business. This particular challenge will focus on any tech or consumer startup in the North Texas area with at least one female or person of color on the executive team. In addition to the $100,000, the business will receive free coworking space, free hosting, mentorship opportunities, and more. Any tech or consumer startup can apply on AngelList to pitch at our Funding Day on January 19th. Applications are due by January 5th. Apply Here About
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