• Deeper understanding of commercialization and technology application potential.
• Feedback from government leaders, investors and industry partners.
• Training to support the application process for Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR).
“Project Enginuity is an opportunity to uncover what we know to be true — Black, Latinx and women innovators carry enormous talent that can transform our industries. Our firm is committed to creating opportunities for these entrepreneurs to demonstrate that potential,” Brian Lamb, global head of diversity & inclusion for JPMorgan Chase, said in the release. “We are proud to support Project Enginuity and look forward to witnessing the journeys of our brightest entrepreneurs from across the country.”
To learn more about the project, visit www.ProjectEnginuity.com