The Founder Institute has helped launch over 900 new technology companies across 50 cities and six continents.
Below is a roundup of Founder Institute Graduate news over the past week:
- Amsterdam graduate, Peerby’s, Local Lending App Is Ready To Help Neighbours Participate In The Sharing Economy (TechCrunch); Peerby is an app and website that enables consumers to borrow the things they need within 30 minutes by asking around in their neighborhood.
- San Diego grad, Fashioning Change, was named one of the coolest startups in San Diego (Business Insider); Fashioning Change has developed a recommendation engine that helps online shoppers make purchases from socially responsible brands without changing existing shopping behavior.
- Sydney graduate, 99interns, launched this week (StartupSmart) 99interns is a platform that helps startups find interns.
- Silicon Valley grad, Entryless, won IBM Start Camp in Mexico (economia) Entryless Accounts Payable frees up staff resources by interconnecting enterprises accounting & ERP systems to import bills through any channel..
- For Dummies partnered with Silicon Valley grad, Udemy, launching their first video training series (PR Web); Udemy is a leading online learning platform.
- Lima Founder Institute Graduates First Class, Launches 5 Local Tech Startups (Founder Institute).
- New York grad, Zipmark, Puts an End to the Daily Deposit Ritual (Entrepreneur); Zipmark builds infrastructure that enables instant and secure mobile payments.