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Fall 2010 New York
Applications: Sep 04, '10
Sessions: Sep 07, '10 - Dec 15, '10
Our vision is to Globalize Silicon Valley by creating and fostering local startup ecosystems in promising markets across the globe. We aim to help launch 1,000 technology companies per year in over 50 cities worldwide.
Pillsbury is excited to sponsor and host the Founder Institute NYC. Participating Founders receive the highest quality, startup-optimized basic legal services for a fixed fee (full details upon admission) from Pillsbury's top-performing startup corporate legal team.
On the 1st Tuesday each month at 7PM, 6 people get 5 minutes each to demo something cool to New York's tech community (geeks, investors, entrepreneurs, hackers, etc) at the New York Tech Meetup. NY FI Top Founders get a chance to give a demo at the NYTM.
The Hatchery is a venture collaboration forum, building a community of entrepreneurs, emerging companies, and investors, via its events, advisory services, and incubator. To performing FI NYC graduates will get a chance to pitch at a future Hatchery event.
There is more to Hoboken than Carlo's bakery and more to the Jerz than The Situation. The Hoboken Tech Meetup showcases innovative startups and smart accomplished speakers. Top Founders from NYC FI will get an opportunity to present at the Hoboken Tech Meetup.
Ultra Light Startups™ brings together New York’s most innovative technology entrepreneurs, investors and professional service providers in a dynamic monthly event and accompanying online communities. Events feature pitching, networking and interactive, moderated panel discussions with leading industry experts. FI NYC Top Grads will get an opportunity to pitch at a ULS event.
Fall 2010 New York SemesterWhat market are you pursuing? Is the target market big enough? Is it growing or shrinking? What are the other characteristics of your market, and why do you care? How do you find data on your market? How do you define your competitors? What are inexpensive tactics to do custom market research, such as surveys? How can you determine if you can win in your target market, and when do you decide to walk away?