Hutch opens applications for its 2020 cohort
Empowering entrepreneurs with the tools, mentorship, and peer support needed to make a lasting impact in government.
One of the biggest problems new business owners face is just figuring out where to start. Many question, how do you put together a financial plan? Or better yet, what infrastructure do you need to put in place and when?
Hutch is a program that provides individualized support to young Baltimore businesses. By working with a select group of founders, Fearless is giving entrepreneurs a blueprint for building successful digital service firms. We are empowering participants with the tools, mentorship, and peer support they need to have a lasting impact in government.
Fearless soft-launched the business incubator in 2019 with ten entrepreneurs who had ideas and passion, but needed a roadmap to success. The program is now being built out as Hutch.
Specifically, providing entrepreneurs with a foundation of support so they can grow without getting lost amongst bigger companies.
In fact, dairy farmers use Hutches to house newborn calves individually so that they can be given hands-on care during the first stage of their life. With Hutch, Fearless will be able to give that same level of individualized support to young Baltimore businesses. Similarly, we provide a home base for our entrepreneurs, providing them with a foundation of support so they can grow without getting lost amongst bigger companies in the industry.
“This has been an amazing first year with the cohort. We’re working with folks who came in and didn’t even have a business name and they are now getting revenue within their first year,” said Fearless founder and CEO Delali Dzirasa.