Overcoming Asian-American BiasMay 31, 2022
Three alums of our in-house accelerator for diverse entrepreneurs discuss systemic barriers to success and what inclusion really looks like.
"At Morgan Stanley, we connect capital to ideas so that businesses can grow, new products can be created, and communities can thrive. Even in today’s well developed markets, access to capital is uneven, and investors miss opportunities to fund potentially successful ventures in underserved populations. Through our inclusive access and opportunity initiative, we aim to help broaden access to capital for multicultural and female innovators, and spotlight others who are succeeding in investing in this space.”
- James P. Gorman, Chairman and CEO, Morgan Stanley
Our recent panel discussion to mark Black History Month--featuring three alumni from our in-house accelerator for women and multicultural entrepreneurs--explored issues of access to funding, the Black wealth gap and other challenges unique to Black founders.
Building a community of early stage technology and technology-enabled startups led by women and multicultural entrepreneurs, hosted within Morgan Stanley.Learn More
How can we connect capital with communities that traditionally have been left behind? By talking to those who are already doing it. We'll show what's possible through the people who are making it possible.Listen and Subscribe
How can we address underinvestment in women and multicultural entrepreneurs and small business owners? By providing community, content and capabilities for leadership and action.Learn More