Interested in Starting Your Own Digital Company? digitalundivided Wants YOU at START ATL on April 13th

This post is sponsored by digitalundivided digitalundivided , a social enterprise created to brin...


This post is sponsored by digitalundivided

digitalundivided, a social enterprise created to bring more black women into tech, is holding an event, START ATL, to help you start and grow your tech business. START ATL takes place from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, on the campus of the Spelman College in the Science Center NASA Auditorium.



For Harriet readers, use code: FORHARRIET or follow this link: http://startatl.eventbrite.com/?discount=FORHARRIET to receive 50% off ticketed prices.

“There are more than 10 million firms in the United States owned by women, and people of color are among the fastest growing demographic group,” said Jane Smith, executive director of the Spelman College Center for Leadership & Civic Engagement. “It is this reality, along with the integral role technology plays in all of our lives that motivated Spelman to become the host sponsor of the event.”

START will give all attendees an opportunity to pitch their digital business ideas before a panel of judges with a chance to win up to $5,000 in prizes.

Business experts such as Navarrow Wright, CTO, Interactive One and Kendra Bracken Ferguson, Founder, Digital Brand Architects and leading investors Lauren Maillian Bias, Managing Director, Gen Y Capital and Eghosa Omoigui, Managing Director, EchoVC will all be on hand to offer expert advice and information to those who attend and have an idea for the next big website, mobile app or blog.

For Harriet readers, use code: FORHARRIET or follow this link: http://startatl.eventbrite.com/?discount=FORHARRIET to receive 50% off ticketed prices.

Some of the titles for the panels include “What You Need To Know Before Leaving Your Day Job, “Everything You Need To Know To Build Your Site/Product,” “How to Ask for Money for Your Business” and “How to Market Your Company on the Cheap.” For more information on START ATL, please visit digitalundivided.com/START.

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