JPMorgan Chase & Co. has partnered with Morehouse College Entrepreneurship Center and TechSquare Labs to launch Ascend2020 Atlanta, a technology startup and small business support ecosystem for minority-led companies throughout Metropolitan Atlanta.
Google for Startups Atlanta Founders Academy is an 8-month program for 40 Georgia-based startups that have revenue and/or user traction (cost and equity free). We'll bring Googlers and industry experts along for a series of hands on workshops across a range of topics including customer acquisition, hiring, and fundraising.
BBI is a ministry operated under the umbrella of the Nathaniel H. Bronner, Sr. Center, a non-profit organization dedicated to continuing the legacy of philanthropy, business mentoring, and life skills training that characterized Nathaniel H. Bronner, Sr., father of Bishop Dale C. Bronner.
The Civic Innovation Fellowship is a six-month program focused on pilot testing and validating the effectiveness and potential for scale of a solution. Fellows are selected through a competitive, multi-round, peer-evaluation process. Fellows represent diverse communities across Atlanta.
The Farm offers a variety of programs to support and nurture selected startups and entrepreneurs, including a twice-a-year, three-month accelerator program, premium incubator office space, cutting edge hardware prototype lab and coworking.
This program leverages innovative startups to drive community impact, focusing on for-profit companies addressing social justice and systemic racism issues. In 2022 this program hopes to run in-person, dependent on COVID-19 conditions.
Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) is a nonprofit organization that delivers an objectives-based program for massively scalable, seed-stage, science- and technology-based companies.
Greenhouse Accelerator supports startups over a span of three years seeking candidates whose products and services impact positive resource use.
Intentionally Good is a relationship and growth program that unifies the startup, corporate, and social good ecosystems to increase the competitiveness of tech-focused social entrepreneurs and diverse founders (Black, Latinx, or Women) for endorsements, landing key advisors, securing strategic partnerships, and angel/seed-stage venture investment.
It Takes A Village is Atlanta Tech Village diversity and inclusion initiative which emphasizes the importance of supporting diverse perspectives and inclusive work environments in technology. We believe an entire community with different skill sets, backgrounds, and cultures is needed to produce the most productive and innovative companies.
We help talented entrepreneurs turn their ideas into sustainable businesses and disrupt the status quo in their industry by offering cost-effective software development services for startups. Our unique tech-for-equity model allows us to invest our technology resources in startups in exchange for equity alongside cash, thereby significantly reducing the cost of accelerated software development.
Launchpad2x is an entrepreneurial ecosystem in Atlanta supporting women who are founders/leaders/majority owners of their startup and emerging businesses.
Georgia State’s award-winning Main Street Entrepreneurs Seed Fund (MSESF) business accelerator program is designed to support underrepresented student, recent alumni and Georgia State community entrepreneurs with seed funding and mentorship to start and grow new ventures.
Shadow Labs is a global innovation platform, by Shadow Ventures, where startups and enterprises come together to advance technology. Currently focused on Healthcare, CRE, AEC, and startups in Atlanta and Toronto.
Square One is an training program designed to help pre-product and pre-revenue founders validate and transform their startup ideas into profitable businesses by providing direct access to community, curriculum, and coaching.
From unemployed people looking to make the leap to entrepreneurship to employed people wanting a new adventure, our mission is to provide FREE training, support, and guidance to all Georgians who want to launch their own business.
Start:ME is a free accelerator program supporting micro businesses in Clarkston, East Lake, and Atlanta’s Southside delivered by Emory’s Goizueta Business School and community partners.
Techstars Atlanta, in partnership with Cox Enterprises, enables startups that drive positive change in a interconnected world.
The Entrepreneurship Center (TEC) at the Urban League of Greater Atlanta assists entrepreneurs with starting and growing successful and sustainable businesses.
Led by Goodie Nation, a collective impact initiative to level the playing field for diverse-led startups and social impact startups by accelerating relationships to influencers, corporations,and investors.
ACCESS is an entrepreneurship program launched by TiE Atlanta Angels to close the mentoring and funding gap between women- and minority-owned businesses.
At Zane, we understand the struggle to raise capital as an underrepresented founder. So, we created Zane Access, the premiere capital readiness experience that was built to equip you with the skills to navigate the world of capital with confidence.
22TechPark is North Atlanta's premier incubator offering technology entrepreneurs a place to create, develop, network, and flourish.
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC) at Georgia Tech is Georgia’s technology incubator. Founded in 1980, ATDC has developed a global reputation for fostering technological entrepreneurship.
In the heart of downtown Atlanta on the Georgia State University campus, CollabTech is where the next generation of biotech entrepreneurs can grow their great ideas. The 13,000-square-foot facility includes an array of sophisticated equipment and laboratory space, administrative offices and a large conference room, as well as access to the expertise of Georgia State’s tenured faculty.
According to a study performed by DiversityVC, most venture-backed startups are still “overwhelmingly white, male, Ivy-League educated and based in Silicon Valley.” Too little investment goes into companies started by minorities and women. At The Cranium Incubator, we believe that it is crucial to focus on helping startup companies which were founded by people of color and women.
The Women's Entrepreneurship Initiative is a municipally-funded incubator with a mission to elevate, engage and empower entrepreneurship through women.
Backed by ATL – Powered by the Metro Atlanta Chamber, the Backed by ATL program provides customized assistance to a select group of high potential middle-market companies to accelerate their growth and fuel economic impact across the metro Atlanta region.