For over a decade, digitalundivided has increased visibility and access for diverse women founders.
We began with groundbreaking research and have since expanded to founder-centric training programs, strategic partnerships and a vibrant founder community. digitalundivided not only champions an equitable entrepreneurial landscape, we provide women at various stages of running a business, the space to improvise and innovate. When you empower women, you transform entrepreneurship.

How digitalundivided uses Data to Create System Change

digitalundivided’s research is a catalyst for action. And we have the data to prove it.

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After the release of ProjectDiane 2016, the amount raised by Black women founders increased by 500%, from 50 million in  2016 to $250 million in 2017. Funds like Backstage Capital and Impact America used data from ProjectDiane to raise investment funds to support a diverse group of women founders.

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digitalundivided’s research has served as the foundation for the development of several key initiatives to expand entrepreneurship in women-centered communities. Organizations like Black Girl Ventures, BioSTL and Techstars used digitalundivided’s research to help create their inclusive innovation programs.

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digitalundivided uses data from our research initiatives to change the image of who can lead a company. In 2018, digitalundivided co-produced a groundbreaking, two-page pictorial spread in Vanity Fair that featured 27 Black women founders who have raised $1MM or more.

Our Research

Developing Inclusive Entrepreneurial Communities

Developing Inclusive Entrepreneurial Communities

Ecosystem Report

The New C-Suite:

The New C-Suite:

Redefining Business

Pivots & Perseverance:

Pivots & Perseverance:

Latina and Black women Entrepreneurs during COVID-19


The State of Black and Latinx Women Entrepreneurs

ProjectDiane is the first biennial demographic study commissioned by digitalundivided to provide a snapshot of the state of Latina and Black women founders, and the startups they lead, in the United States


2022 Industry Insights Report:

Investment Surges for Healthcare, Education, and Financial Services Businesses Founded by Latina and Black Women

Social Media Industry Insights Report