September 8, 2022

Curastory lands $100,000 non-dilutive funding from Google to support creators

Big things are happening for Curastory.

The New York-based company, founded in 2019 by entrepreneur, programmer, and ex-ESPNer Tiffany Kelly, was selected to receive a $100,000 cash grant from the Google for Startups Black Founders Fund.

This award consists of non-dilutive funding, hands-on support, and enhanced visibility from Google for Startups, allowing Curastory to accelerate its growth and benefit thousands of creators worldwide.

“We’re humbled, honored, and excited beyond words to receive this recognition from Google for Startups,” said Tiffany. 

She continued by saying: “This big step will allow us to keep growing and impacting communities, creators, and purposeful brands along the way. Can’t wait to use these benefits for their greater good.”

Non-dilutive funding is a massive benefit for Startups, considering that in exchange for funding, these owners do not have to give away ownership in their company.

Where will this take Curastory next?

Stay tuned for more information.

Sincerely,

The Curastory Team

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