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Washington DC Autumn 2013
Sessions: 2013-11-19 - 2014-03-04
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Here’s What a Few of the Founder Institute’s 1000 Grads Were Up to This Week
The Founder Institute has helped launch over 1,000 new technology companies across 55 cities and six continents.
Below is a roundup of Founder Institute Graduate news over the past week:
- Founder Institute graduates over 1,000 companies (TechCrunch); The Founder Institute is the world's largest early-stage startup accelerator.
- Seattle grad, Litesprite, talked to NPR about how they are breaking through in the ultra competitive app market (NPR); Litesprite makes mobile games to help people achieve behavior change.
- Silicon Valley grad, YumvY Releases Windows Phone 8 App, Cook with YumvY (Virtual Strategy); YumvY is a web application that helps cooks make restaurant-quality meals at home fast and easy with GPS-navigation-style technology.
- Singapore graduate, Vibease, was featured on PandoDaily (PandoDaily); Vibease is building a remote control vibrator device that is controlled with smartphones.
- Parallax meets puzzles: How this Seattle grad, Puzzazz, embraced iOS 7 (GeekWire); Puzzazz is building the future of puzzles for the digital world.
- Silicon Valley grad, Retailigence, Closes-the-Loop on Rapidly Growing Mobile Product Search (Business Wire); Retailigence localizes all forms of digital marketing to increase engagement, foot-traffic and revenue for retailers and brands.
- Los Angeles grad, Realty Mogul, was featured on the International Business Times (International Business Times); Realty Mogul is a crowdfunding investment platform for real estate.