100Vets

 

Through the 100Vets Fellowship, any U.S. veteran or service member who wants to start a technology company can apply to a U.S. Founder Institute chapter for free, and the best overall applicant from each chapter will be invited to participate in the Founder Institute's step-by-step startup launch program for free as well.


Veterans and active service members possess the work ethic, high character, and strong leadership skills needed to launch meaningful and enduring technology companies. To inspire and enable the military community to build technology companies, the Founder Institute has partnered with Vet-Tech, the nation's leading startup accelerator for military veterans, to offer the 100Vets Fellowship.

Through this Fellowship, any U.S. veteran or service member who wants to start a technology company can apply to a U.S. Founder Institute chapter for free, and the best overall applicant from will be invited to participate in the Founder Institute's step-by-step startup launch program for free as well.

Learn more about the program at http://FI.co/vets.


Eligibility: In order to be eligible for the 100Vets Fellowship for the upcoming semester, you must complete your application and admissions test by Sunday, June 19th, 2016, using this link.


Grant: The recipient of the 100Vets Fellowship will be awarded within 5 days after the deadline.


Click here to apply for the 100Vets Fellowship.


 

 

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. 

Company Roadmap: Product and Service Development

Fall 2010 San Diego & Orange County Semester

How do you get from an idea to an offering? How do you build an offering? What tactics should you use to ensure success? What is the plan to develop your offering? What are tips and tricks to make that plan accurate? What are common mistakes that every founder makes? What are the best practices? How do you navigate competition, and how do you win?

Goal:
Develop a plan to build your idea.
Date:
2010-10-20, 06:00 PM

Mentors


Jon Carder
Jon Carder - Founder and CEO, MOGL.com (San Diego FI) , Mogl

Jon Carder is a serial Internet entrepreneur, who by the age of 30 had founded three multimillion dollar online businesses. In 2010, Jon started his 4th Company Mogl.com. Mogl is revolutionizing Loyalty Programs by turning eating out into a fun game that earns consumers c...

Rick Valencia
Founder, ProfitLine

Rick Valencia is the Founder of ProfitLine, a business process outsourcer in the Telecom Expense Management industry with major clients in the Fortune 1000 including Ernst & Young, Cardinal Health, AIG & US Postal Service. Rick bootstrapped the company from startup to $7M...

Tyson McDowell
President, Avadyne Health

Tyson McDowell is the Co-Founder and prior CEO of Benchmark Revenue Management which is a technology platform designed to overlay and rapidly integrate with any hospital IS infrastructure. In 2012, Benchmark merged with Avadyne Health, and Tyson became President of th...

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