GoDaddy, the Web Hosting Company will work with Jane Boyd Communal House for GoCommunities.
Cedar Rapids tycoons might be capable to get a leg up starting their commercial from GoDaddy starting next month.
The internet domain registration and web hosting company had announced on Wednesday that it is beginning GoCommunities, a special program to match individuals starting companies with tools to aid them do so.
GoDaddy is launching out the program initially in Cedar Rapids and Phoenix, Ariz., opening in the month of April. The program, the web hosting company had said in a declaration, is geared in the direction of “entrepreneurs in low-income groups.”
“Living and employed in low-income societies should not prevent entrepreneurs from accomplishing their dreams,” GoDaddy CEO Blake Irving stated in the declaration.
In Cedar Rapids, the domain registration company had said that it will work with Jane Boyd Communal House for the program. Collected, the organizations said they will provide to aid business founders to learn management skills, discover finance options and make networks to other experts.
Provision will come in the kind of workshops and mentorship from the company employees, as well as networking chances, a spokesman stated in an email. Program partakers also will get laptops to lease and be capable to put on for small business loans up to $10,000 over the Cedar Rapids Community Foundation at the completion of the program.
GoCommunities is not concentrated on a precise industry, the spokeswoman said. Fifty tycoons are anticipated to participate in the initial year.
GoDaddy is headquartered in Scottsdale, Ariz., and has branches in Cedar Rapids and Hiawatha.