The Founder Institute has helped launch over 750 new technology companies across 40 cities and five continents.
Below is a roundup of Founder Institute Graduate news over the past week:
Silicon Valley grad, Entryless, got rave reviews on GetApp - a top cloud business app marketplace (GetApp.com); Entryless is an accounts payable as a service suite that aims to enable companies to see, manage and pay all their AP online under one platform.
- Silicon Valley grad, Piggybackr, was featured on Fox Small Business Center (Fox Business); Piggybackr is a platform that helps children start crowdfunding for causes.
- New York grad, Kindara, was featured on the Daily Camera in Boulder, CO (DailyCamera); Kindara is an app that helps women manage their fertility.
- Barcelona grad, Kampoos.com, was featured on ABC Tecnologia (ABC); Kampoos is a platform that increases visibility for club soccer teams in Spain.
- Barcelona graduate, Disismore, was featured on ABC Tecnologia (ABC); Disismore is a service that helps persons with disabilities find work.
- Madrid graduate, For Dyslexia was written about on ABC Tecnologia (ABC); For Dyslexia is a service that helps teach children with and without learning disabilities to read.
- Seattle grad, PetHub, announced a partnership with Dog is Good (CBS Money Watch); PetHub is a platform that helps lost pets get home faster.
- Singapore graduate, Mikhail Choo, spoke about his experience with selling his startup, Gridblaze for seven figures (Asia One); Gridblaze is a new breed of infrastructure service that speeds up the web 2.0 world making file uploads and downloads uncommonly fast.
- Vietnam graduate, Yton, received the highest 5-star rating from the Sao Khue (Venus) Software Award (ict news); Yton is a social network for health care management.