Black Innovation Fellowship Bootcamp
Black Innovation Fellowship (BIF) Virtual Bootcamp
Thank you for your interest in the DMZ BIF Bootcamp program! The BIF Bootcamp is a two-week virtual program designed to support very early-stage Black tech founders who want to validate their idea and market opportunity, create buyer personas to better understand customers needs, and build their first prototype and MVP.

Goal:
Help Black founders speed up the development of their businesses and potentially qualify for the DMZ Programs and Black Innovation Fellowship.

Outcomes:
- Founders will validate their solution and create a clear business vision, strategy and tactical implementation plan.
- Founders will have an understanding of the different domains that are important in building a venture such as: sales, marketing, operations, technology and finance.
- Founders to get exposure to elements of the DMZ programming and the greater tech ecosystem

Criteria:
- Applicant must identify as a Black founder
- Have a business idea dedicated to solving a compelling problem using innovative technology
- Basic market research has been completed to understand the problem/solution
- Be driven, coachable, and collaborative
- Located anywhere in the world!

Key Dates:
The bootcamp will run from July 20th - August 6th with a part-time commitment

Please note: only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for the next steps in the selection process.

Selection process: Shortlisted candidates will be invited for a short interview. Successful candidates from the interview will be admitted into the bootcamp.

If you have any questions, please reach out to dmzpnp@ryerson.ca!

Best,
#TeamDMZ
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