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Founder Institute Fellowships Awarded In Tampa, Sydney, New York, Jakarta, Silicon Valley and Kuala Lumpur

Posted by Jonathan Greechan on 2013-03-04

The Spring 2013 Female Founder Fellowships and Applicant Distinction Fellowships have been awarded in Tampa, Sydney, New York, Jakarta, Silicon Valley and Kuala Lumpur. Congratulations to our 12 recipients! We look forward to helping you launch a company with us this Spring.

With the exceptional quality of applicants in these four locations, it was an extremely tough decision to choose just one founder for each Fellowship. If you applied but were not selected, we hope you will join us this Spring and continue on your entrepreneurial journey with the Founder Institute.

For more information on the Female Founder Fellowship and the Applicant Distinction Fellowship, click here. Both Fellowships are still available in the following locations;

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