DIA is accepting applications now. Up to four small businesses and entrepreneurs will be selected to take part on-site, and up to 25 will be chosen to take part through virtual incubation.
Lauren Holverson, executive director for DIA explained the process: “Incubation is for start-up companies, less than two years old, as well as entrepreneurs who have an idea but haven’t launched it yet,”
“They can incubate up for 18 months. They get access to our strategic partners — lawyers and other professionals who will provide free or heavily discounted services to them. They get access to all of our workshops for free. Basically, what we are here to do is guide them, so that when they leave the program they have a plan in place. If they don’t have a location, we help them find one.”
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