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Digital Den Hub is a startup accelerator that gathers a family of thinkers and doers, professionals and dreamers focused on making startups succeed.
How we do it?
We run on inspiration.
We thrive with innovation.
We feed on ideas.
And just love people that dedicate themselves to those three.


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Digital Den is a startup program designed to help new startups achieve success. We help founders solve problems typically associated with creating a startup by providing technological support, funding, mentoring, and training.
The Digital Den concept is designed as a starting point for commercial ideas of innovation, and staffing for the IT industry and beyond. DD is a place to set up, anticipate and respond quickly to all market turbulence and demands for startups.

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Digital Den offices in Phoenix

We often say that good ideas are always crazy until they are not. The best way to predict the future is to create it. Finally, we should dream only big dreams and believe in them on the way to their realization. 

In that name, we proudly announce that one of ours has come true - the Digital Den offices in Phoenix! 
A place for the work of our startups, attracting new ones from the USA, but also place for all our partners and Advisory Board members who are helping us under the umbrella of DD.

Wait till you see DD corner in Denver 

Making history! 


Our adventure in Arizona goes on

The following working day started with a meeting with Michael Patterson - a respected lawyer and a Partner in Spencer Fane LLP who listened to the pitches of our startups and gave them useful advice and contacts for further action. 

Mr. Patterson also regularly advises U.S. and foreign clients in connection with establishing, structuring, and compliance for international operations, including establishing international distribution networks. 
The Venture Café Phoenix event marked our day, where our cohort had the opportunity to hear successful and less successful but certainly inspiring stories about ups and downs from the startup and business community. 
And this day ended with an NBA game where we watched the duel between the Phoenix Suns and the Orlando Magic and finally celebrated the victory of the famous Phoenix team. 
We also presented traditional Montenegrin hats to our partners as a sign of gratitude. We symbolically marked our partnership until the next meeting - their visit to Montenegro organized by Digital Den.


Second day of DD cohort in Arizona

We ended one more day in Phoenix with much positive energy! 

The next day in sunny Arizona, we spent time with partners from Arizona State University - number 1 in America regarding innovation.
We started the day with a tour of SkySong, The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center, at ASU, a center for innovation, technology, and economic development, specifically focusing on intellectual property. They have launched 180 startups, created more than 1,100 local jobs, and generated more than $108 million in revenue, which speaks volumes about their success.
Our hosts, Aric H. Bopp and Sarah Field told us more about ASU's activities when it comes to economic development and co-location opportunities.
Jon Relvas and Linda Ricchiuti held a special lecture and gave us valuable tips for startup success. In addition, they gave special attention to the corporate engagement of ASU and their strategic partnerships, which was particularly important to the representatives of the Montenegrin academic community who are part of this year's DD cohort.
We ended the day with a pitching session, where the startups from our portfolio had the opportunity to present their products to local companies, organizations, and representatives of VC funds.

Great things are ahead of us. Let's move on!


First day of our crew in Phoenix

Our second stop - Phoenix in Arizona!

We started our first day in Phoenix with a visit to Thunderbird School of Global Management - #1 in the world for International trade. There we had an opportunity to get informed with a program called 100million, which allows interested people from all over the world to attend courses in various fields utterly free of charge and thereby improve their knowledge.

After Thunderbird School of Global Management, we also visited the Greater Phoenix Economic Council - one of the leading economic development organizations. The host was also a member of our Advisory Board, Thomas Maynard - Senior Vice President of GPEC.

We couldn't imagine a more exciting way to end our first working day - an NBA game at the Footprint Center, where we had the honor to support the Phoenix Suns. 

Thanks to our partners, Aric H. Bopp and Thomas Maynard, we have already been provided with many opportunities in this incredible city that have just begun. 

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Marko Bošković

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Serendipity - Digital Den

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