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A startup dedicated to closing the racial wealth gap has just opened an office in Manchester's Millyard. Shtudy is a New Hampshire-based company, started by two UNH grads, that connects Black, Latinx, and Native American software engineers to high-paying jobs in the tech industry. Geno Miller, the CEO and co-founder of Shtudy, joined NHPR's All Things Considered Host Peter Biello to talk about his new company.
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Startup Focused On Diversifying Tech Industry Opens In Manchester