Chingona (slang for “badass woman”) will invest between $100,000 to $250,000 in up to 30 early-stage businesses over three years.
Funding will enable the Albuquerque-based company to open its first interactive dining, gaming and entertainment center on Feb. 1 in a designated Opportunity Zone.
San Francisco-based utility-scale solar developer is prepping a 4-gigawatt pipeline of projects in the U.S. with “solar tracking” equipment from Array Technologies.
The company says its ratings system is used by more than 450 corporations’ procurement teams representing $2.5 trillion in business spending.
The $10,000-minimum notes drew a wide range of investors including individuals, non-profits, family offices and ImpactAssets’ Donor Advised Fund.
The fund, launched by Cedrus & Partners and Swiss Life Asset Managers in April 2019, aims to re-house up to 2,000 people facing difficulties over the next ten years.
The New York-based startup closed its seed round, led by ECMC Foundation, to help educational institutions identify students at risk of dropping out for financial reasons and provide emergency assistance.