TechGroove Fest was founded at the Atlanta University Center, the same grounds hailed by Martin Luther King Jr., one of the original champions of equity, diversity and inclusion. Atlanta is not only home to some of the nation’s top Historically Black Colleges, Atlanta is also the home of tech and design powerhouses like Georgia Tech and the Savannah College of Art & Design.
TechGroove Fest is wholly-owned subsidiary of BRAUX and Company, a private equity firm with special interests in capitalizing social enterprises that provide sustainable solutions to social problems. BREAUX and Company exists to create value models for disadvantaged communities by launching and operating innovative business models that generate profits on a foundation of creating positive change. TechGroove Fest is a privately held entity within BREAUX and Company’s portfolio. BREAUX and Company also holds a majority interest in BREAUX Capital, an Inc. 30 Under 30 recognized technology venture that is the first fintech solution advancing the financial health of Black Millennials with a combination of software, community, and collective investing.