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    On June 12, 2020, Knight Foundation announced its support for three national organizations that are committed to expanding opportunities and creating more equitable access for Black and Latino entrepreneurs in Miami. Click here to see the press release. Knight’s Raul Moas shares more below. Now is a time for action and accountability. At Knight Foundation, we believe […]

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    On January 30, 2020, Knight announced more than $1 million in new funding for eight projects to foster stronger connections among entrepreneurs, grow funding capacity and expand access to mentors and professional development. See the press release for the announcement here.  Seven years ago, Knight Foundation embarked on a journey to accompany Miami in its quest […]

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    On May 1, 2019, Knight announced more than $1 million in new funding for nine projects to forge greater connections between Miami startup founders and open new pathways for talent and capital. See the press release for the announcement here.  As someone with an almost 2-year-old, I can’t help but notice that building an entrepreneurial […]

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    Over the last five years, Knight Foundation has proudly supported the creatives, entrepreneurs and changemakers who are shaping Miami’s future. We have sought to amplify key trends, supporting innovators in transforming ideas into ventures. Our goal throughout has been to foster a startup culture, open to the broader community, to establish Miami as a place […]

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    Nico Berardi (above, left) is the board chair of Accelerated Growth Partners and Raul Moas (above, right) is the new managing director. This month Berardi, the outgoing managing director, begins pursuing a graduate degree at Harvard University. Moas is a Miami native and former executive director of nonprofit the Roots of Hope. We like to define the first two years […]

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