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BIG's incubator, founded by digitalundivided's Kathryn Finney, center, is continuing to grow and open in new cities across the country. (file photo)
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digitalundivided Is Now Accepting Applications For Their Georgia And New Jersey Incubators

Application deadline is Feb. 15 for Atlanta and March 6 for Newark.

digitalundivided, a social enterprise focused on empowering Black and Latinx women to own their economic security through entrepreneurship, is looking for high potential Black and Latinx founders of tech-enabled startups to join the next cohort of its BIG incubator program. Founders can apply online at digitalundivided.com.

Building on the success of DID’s first three cohorts, BIG is a 9-month program centered in an experiential learning environment at digitalundivided’s BIG Innovation Centers in downtown Atlanta, GA and Newark, NJ . The founders move through a three-part model (Customer Development, Product Development, Company Development) before demoing their product or service to a room full of potential investors at a highly-anticipated Demo Day. digitalundivided’s strategic partnership with Techstars increases access for founders in the Incubator to enter Techstars programs and founders from previous cohorts have been accepted as finalists to some of the top programs for startups in the nation including Camelback Ventures and Echoing Green.

The application deadline is Feb. 15 for Atlanta and March 6 for Newark.

About digitalundivided

digitalundivided’s mission is to foster economic growth and empowerment in communities through training and supporting Black and Latinx women entrepreneurs. digitalundivided uses technology and innovation as the tools to achieve our mission. The cornerstone of our work is the BIG Incubator program (BIG), a program for tech enabled startups led by Black and Latinx women. Located in the heart of Atlanta and downtown Newawrk, BIG provides a structured curriculum focused on developing sustainable businesses, mentorship by top leaders, opportunities to pitch directly to investors, and direct access to funding. BIG receives funding from JPMorgan Chase, Surdna Foundation, Case Foundation, and Wells Fargo. To learn more visit www.digitalundivided.com.