Are you a Black startup founder in Miami? Microsoft and Endeavor want to hear from you

The entrepreneur network Endeavor is partnering with Microsoft for Startups, the Miami Herald, and the city of Miami for its second pitch competition for Black startup founders.

A total of 10 companies will be selected to compete for cash prizes of $25,000 (1st place), $15,000 (2nd place) and $10,000 (3rd place), as well as access to Microsoft for Startups program including $25,000 in Azure credits and technical consulting sessions.

To apply, Black founders must have an early-stage company with less than $200,000 in revenues but with a product already launched. The competition is industry-agnostic, and the company must be based in the Miami area.

The most recent winner, Black Stock Footage, just received a $25,000 grant from Daymond John and the NAACP, and is on the verge of launching its beta platform.

If you meet these requirements, apply online by Monday, October 18, at 6 p.m.

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