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Black-founded Rochester business receives $100,000 Google grant (access required)

Google for Startups has awarded Rochester-based Sign-Speak a non-dilutive $100,000 grant as part of its second Black Founders Fund awards. As part of the program, Sign-Speak Founder Yamillet Payano will receive technical and business mentorship from Google employees, $120,000 in google.org ads grants and up to $100,000 in Google cloud credits. Google for Startups chose 50 Black-founded ...
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