African Tech Roundup
Talib Graves-Manns And Brien Jordan-Jack on starting up while black in the US
Mar 6, 2016 · 54 min
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Andile Masuku got to hang with two interesting African-American entrepreneurs who were in South Africa on business, and gleaned insights on the start-up scene they hail from.

Talib Graves-Manns is the Entrepreneur in Residence with Google for Entrepreneurs and Code2040 at the American Underground in Durham, North Carolina. Talib is also the Co-Founder of three startups: RainbowMe Kids, Point AB, and Life on Autopilot.

Brien Jordan-Jack is an aerospace engineer, and a celebrated commercial airline pilot for a leading global carrier. He’s also had a long stint working in investment banking.  Currently, he’s leveraging all his technical training, professional experience and impressive network into launching various ventures in new media and international property investments.
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