A group of U.K.-based VCs have come together to develop a brand-new virtual pitching occasion developed to resolve the issues with the present startup environment that can cause inequalities and” warm intros”made only in between fortunate classes and ethnicities

. Held on the 30th of September, “Gain access to All” will be a new virtual event geared towards founders from underrepresented groups.

Getting involved founders will be invited to pitch their startups to a variety of London’s leading Companies and vcs, consisting of Downing Ventures, Playfair Capital, SpeedInvest and SoftBank, as well as Microsoft, Amazon, Accenture and O2.

The joint effort has been assembled by Floww, Force Over Mass and Wayra UK, with the objective to develop more chance for BAME founders, based on merit, reducing bias and attending to the problems of the “the old young boys network” of venture capital deal flow.

According to some figures, startups with all-male starting groups raise 91% of the equity capital in the U.K., but the statistics around ethnic minority creators are more difficult to find. In the U.S. for example, 0.02% of equity capital is allocated to Black female founders.

Martijn de Wever, CEO and founder of Floww, which is coordinating the event, stated: “With Gain access to All, we rallied together in the start-up neighborhood due to the fact that our company believe that the system needs change. Black, Asian and other ethnic minority founders, require to have reasonable gain access to.”

Floww’s group of accounting professionals and content writers will deal with candidates totally free to evaluate their company plans and get them all set to pitch to the taking part investors. TechCrunch and Forbes journalists will be joining the panel as judges.

Creators can register here.

Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.