Over the past five years, JumpStart has widened its focus in an effort to help more entrepreneurs, especially those who cannot be described as “white guys.”
Since then, the Cleveland-based nonprofit has launched several programs designed to help companies led by minorities and women, and it has taken steps to make sure that diversity and inclusion are high priorities for everyone on staff, including employees that do the work JumpStart is best known for helping local tech companies
Story excerpt provided by Crain’s Cleveland Business.
Written by Chuck Soder.
Originally published April 21, 2018.