Dentsu’s Isobar Public Sector has launched a new minority-owned business incubator with Maryland-based firms via a partnership with Maryland Black Businesses Matter, a group founded by Gregory Holmes.
The partnership was established to provide minority-owned and disadvantaged small businesses with technical support and resources to accelerate their operations, growth and go-to-market efforts in the public sector.
The program is part of an economic empowerment initiative set up by Isobar Public Sector, Merkle and parent Dentsu International.
The companies being supported focus on delivering digital transformation, IT modernization and program management for government agencies.
Participating firms include Orus Group, Erimax Inc, Sierra Management and Technologies, Booker DiMaio, River Falls Media, QED Inc, Varis Technology, Yona American Systems Group and others.
These firms provide strategic support and technical services for the private sector and government departments covering defense and civilian agencies.