October 2, 2023 4:14 am
Voltage system by Innovation Depot tends to make a comeback to foster entrepreneurial ideas

Birmingham’s Innovation Depot has chosen a new group of 15 entrepreneurs to participate in the most up-to-date edition of their notion incubator system, Voltage. Voltage was launched in 2021 and is a six-week system particularly developed for tech entrepreneurs who demand guidance outdoors of typical enterprise hours. The goal of the system is to equip founders with restricted technical experience with the needed tools to assess the prospective of their concepts prior to moving forward with building a solution.

Assisting Innovation Depot’s System Manager Amanda Williams is AppThink, powered by HVL. The group officially started their function on Saturday. Innovation Depot CEO Brooke Gillis expressed her excitement for the system and the development of their neighborhood of entrepreneurs, with 79 people possessing currently effectively completed the Voltage system.

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

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