(Indianapolis, IN) – KLOTOFY, a fashion app that showcases the world of fashion through the eyes of real people, is pleased to announce that it participated in Black & Latinx Innovation Week hosted by Be Nimble, Co., and competed in the Pitch Competition for $25,000. KLOTOFY walked away with a $5,000 USD grant and an amazing experience that proved the company is in the right direction.
The Pitch Competition was a one-day event where Black & Latinx entrepreneurs pitched their businesses to a panel of judges. The judges evaluated the businesses based on their innovation, potential impact, and viability. KLOTOFY impressed the judges with its unique concept and its commitment to diversity and authenticity in the fashion industry.
The grant was awarded to KLOTOFY at Garden Pardi III, a networking event for Black entrepreneurs and professionals.
“We are incredibly grateful for the opportunity to have participated in Black Innovation Week and to have won this grant,” said Adriana Morales, CEO of KLOTOFY. “This is a huge validation of our hard work and our mission to showcase the world of fashion through the eyes of real people. We are excited to use this grant to continue to grow and develop our platform and to make an even greater impact on the fashion industry.”
About Be Nimble Foundation
Be Nimble Foundation is a 501(c)(3) social enterprise taking a qualitative and quantitative approach to creating fully diverse and inclusive tech ecosystems. Our career training and placement programs up-skill unemployed, under-employed, and career-transitioners who are interested in careers in the tech industry. Our entrepreneurship programs support Black and Latinx tech start-up founders to get them the resources, support and funding they need to build high-growth, high-scale tech companies. To learn more about the Be Nimble Foundation, visit benimbleco.com.