How Yasmine Morrison Is Finding, Funding And Building The Next Generation Of Tech Companies


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Yasmine Morrison, an investment associate at Florida Funders, is providing founders with the capital needed to grow their companies—particularly startups in the future of work, B2B SaaS enterprise and fintech spaces.  

After a career with organizations such as the World Trade Center, Morrison realized she could have a much larger impact by working directly with entrepreneurs. Following her eclectic career as a founder and consultant, she transitioned into venture capital to combine her passion for entrepreneurship with her love of learning. Now, Morrison is able to tap into her journey as a former entrepreneur to make an even larger impact on founders and companies raising funds of their own.

In this Q&A, Morrison shares her career journey, why she chose to join Florida Funders and the advice she has for founders pitching to funds.

Yasmine Morrison, investment associate at Florida Funders
Yasmine Morrison, investment associate at Florida Funders

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