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.