Voltage program by Innovation Depot makes a comeback to foster entrepreneurial ideas

Birmingham’s Innovation Depot has chosen a brand new group of 15 entrepreneurs to take part within the newest version of their thought incubator program, Voltage. Voltage was launched in 2021 and is a six-week program particularly designed for tech entrepreneurs who require steerage outdoors of standard enterprise hours. The aim of this system is to equip founders with restricted technical experience with the mandatory instruments to evaluate the potential of their concepts earlier than shifting ahead with creating a product.

Aiding Innovation Depot’s Program Supervisor Amanda Williams is AppThink, powered by HVL. The group formally started their work on Saturday. Innovation Depot CEO Brooke Gillis expressed her pleasure for this system and the expansion of their group of entrepreneurs, with 79 people having already efficiently accomplished the Voltage program.

The 15 individuals for this version of Voltage are as follows: KyeJuana Avery (Healthcare), Brent B. Barnes (Sports activities/Schooling), Aubrey Bennett (Sports activities/Schooling), Kym’Bria Inexperienced (Healthcare), Kaitlyn Harrelson (Schooling), Kiara R. Harris (Advertising and marketing), Angela M. King (Healthcare), Shekinah Lee MEd, ALC, NCC (Healthcare), William Mattison (Schooling), Caleb Neverson (Meals), Melissa Ralph (Healthcare), Nilay Shah (Development), Eva Shvartcer (Healthcare), Drew Thomas (Music), and Valencia D. Winston (Schooling).

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