A program of Howard University in partnership with Fiserv and Inclusive Innovation Incubator (In3DC)
Apply now to participate in the Inclusive Innovation Labs Entrepreneurship training program. The top pitch winner will be awarded $25,000
WITH SUPPORT FROM FISERV, AND IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE INCLUSIVE INNOVATION INCUBATOR, HOWARD UNIVERSITY WILL TRAIN AND EMPOWER BLACK-OWNED STARTUPS AND SMALL BUSINESSES
WASHINGTON – Howard University, in partnership with Fiserv, Inc. and the Inclusive Innovation Incubator (In3DC), is announcing the launch of Inclusive Innovation Labs (IIL) focused on Howard University students and alumni. Supported by a grant from Fiserv, the IIL is the first program organized in partnership with the Howard University Office of Research, Intellectual Property Unit that will train and support entrepreneurs of color to launch and scale their businesses. Howard University’s network of innovative students and faculty will receive In3DC’s entrepreneurship training to address the specific needs of entrepreneurs of color.
“The Inclusive Innovation Labs, sponsored by Fiserv, will help educate and empower Howard entrepreneurs to make a difference in the world by bringing their ideas closer to realization,” said Howard University President Wayne A. I. Frederick, M.D., MBA. “We are grateful to CEO Frank Bisignano and the Fiserv team for their investment in the Howard community and to CEO Aaron Saunders and In3DC for their continued partnership.”