URA to invest in fund focused on women-led startups

The board of the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh on Tuesday said it is poised to provide $100,000 toward the Next Act Fund LLC, which is focused on investing in early stage, women-led companies.

Next Act was launched in 2016 by Pittsburgh-based entrepreneur Yvonne Campos. She serves as president of the angel network for women who jointly invest in early stage companies owned or run by women.

Its direct investments include BoardBookIt, a software developer based in Pittsburgh’s Mount…

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