Providence Friends Capital joins National Association of Investment Companies – NAIC National, the largest association of minority asset managers with over $120 billion AUM, to kick-off the raising of its new Smart T Ventures fund focusing on high growth early and late stage technology companies.
PFC attended NAIC’s “Establishing the Next Generation of Private Equity Firms Symposium” earlier this year in April.
Smart T Ventures’ founder Martin Hunt, launches innovative technology fund based on long standing relationships with several leading research institutions.
Martin Hunt, Sr. joins SmartInvest Ventures and will lead restructuring its existing portfolio and raise capital for its new fund initiatives.
Providence Friends Capital’s Managing Director, Martin Hunt, hears Philadelphia Fed Chairman speak at HBS Club of Philadelphia invites Wharton .
Providence Friends Capital’s Managing Director, Martin Hunt, attends Harvard Business School Alumni Club of New York event. Congratulations to the Harvard Business School Alumni Club of New York City on a great event on the future of “Unicorns” and investing.
The Harvard Business School Club of Greater New York is a unique, powerful platform connecting the leadership and management expertise of Harvard Business School and its alumni with the vital, creative and dynamic community of Greater New York City. In doing so, the Club creates continuous learning, networking and mentoring opportunities for its alumni, supports Harvard Business School thought leadership in business and social enterprise and rallies the Club membership to contribute to a broad range of community needs and challenges.
Providence Friends Capital’s Managing Director, Martin Hunt, attends Harvard Business School African-American Alumni Association (HBSAAA) conference.
Congratulations to the Harvard Business School AASU and the HBSAAA for an enjoyable conference!
The Harvard Business School African-American Alumni Association (HBSAAA) is a not-for-profit membership organization serving over 2,200 African American, African, and other graduates of HBS who identify with an African American heritage. It is dedicated to building and sustaining a beneficial network that connects alumni, current students, and applicants with HBS to increase our influence at the School and in the broader African American Community.
Welcome to a whole month dedicated to increasing your American history IQ!
Carter Godwin Woodson pioneered the celebration of “Negro History Week” in 1926, (second week in February), to coincide with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln (February 12th) and Frederick Douglass (February 14th). That week of recognition has been extended to a full month and is now known as Black History Month …
Shareholder value for business owners depends, many times, on knowing when to harvest!