The D-GAP Argentina Project

Our main cause and aim is to close the digital gap in Argentina, reverting growth of victims of social-economy distribution caused by the lack of access to digital tools. 

We enhance home startups of handcraft products e-commerce providing guidance, training and mindset to develop a successful business.

What if humble and digital-isolated communities start to sell and send products by delivery?

How would it be if people could learn through self-paced courses and mentoring to sell products through the internet?

Imagine an old carpenter, a young designer and a virtual-assistant housewife working from home in a poor neighborhood

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Let's close the digital gap with education and training on how to earn money through the internet.

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The Problem

Every day, Digital Gap in Argentina grows more and more. People with access to technology has 1 million more resources than the one that don’t, getting more productive and wealth, while people without access, are a bit more further every day. Suburban poor neighborhoods don't have infrastructure enough for good internet signal, digital devices and components, such as computers or mobiles, are unaffordable and technological education as a public policy is a more an intention that an actual reality due to lack of resources. These people, without a good education, no enough capabilities to get jobs, lives far from the city center and has large families and kids to take care off, a good option would be to work at their homes and sell their product services through the internet.

The Solution

Help the community to arise from its limitations to exploit their full potential as a valuable resource base using digital tools to generate self wealthness

Resource Base

People with knowledge in producing staff could sell their product through the internet using their cellphones with 4g, an app could facilitate administrative numbers to manages costs, between the community, could arrange a logistic service to delivery, and at schools, after classes, there could be self-paced courses, coworking groups, mentoring and logistic managers to empower the community digital startups. Also, people could learn how to design and sell online media, be virtual assistants, and lots more jobs from their homes. Public policies for digital development could also contribute with initial inversion.