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Bae App founders

Jordan Kunzika (pictured above to the far left) is a 21-year old computer genius who says he often was the only Black person in his computer science classes. He is a Google Generation Scholar and has done internships with both Microsoft and Intel.But recently, when Microsoft and Google offered him a full-time job, he turned them down, and decided instead to partner with his friends, Brian Gerrard and Justin Gerrard, to create a new app. That app is called Bae, and it’s a very popular mobile dating app for Black people around the world.

Kunzika told TechCrunch, “I was honored to get full-time offers from Microsoft and Google before even turning 21, but I knew that I could serve a higher calling to represent a paradigm shift in what a tech entrepreneur could look like.”

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source: blackbusiness.com

Black Student Entrepreneur Turns Down Microsoft and Google — Partners With Friends to Build New App!  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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