Since launching in 2009, the Founder Institute has helped launch over 1,116 new technology companies across 61 cities, 33 countries, and six continents.
These companies have gone on to do great things, and create over 10,000 new jobs.
Over the past week, Telecure was featured on Fast Company; Mentors Guild was featured in Hawaii Business; Telecure launched a Tweet-to-Pay service; PetHub partnered with a DNA Diagnostic Center; Udemy was featured on Forbes; and more.
Below is a roundup of recent Founder Institute Graduate in the news.
- Telecure featured on Fast Company: The Doctor, Veterinarian, and Lactation Specialist will See You Now--on Video Chat (Fast Company): Telecure, a San Francisco Graduate, is a virtual medical consultation service.
- Mentors Guild featured on Hawaii Business: Mentors Guild hosts Business Advice from Hundreds of Experts (Hawaii Business): Mentors Guild, a Honolulu Graduate, makes leading business experts more accessible In US.
- Udemy named an 'Online Education Disruptor' by Forbes (Forbes): Udemy, a Silicon Valley Gradudate, is a leading online learning platform.
- PetHub teams with DNA Diagnostic Center to fight Pet Theft (Fay Observer); PetHub, a Seattle Graduate, helps lost pets get home faster.
- Telecure Launched Tweet-to-Pay Service: Provides Free Urgent Care Services available for all California Residents, just by Tweeting (Yahoo! Finance): Telecure, a San Francisco Graduate, is a virtual medical consultation service.
- Zipments partners with Zirtual to Offer Same-Day Local Delivery to Zirtual's Executive Clientele (Digital Journal): Zirtual, a Silicon Valley Graduate, connects busy people with quality, long-term virtual assistants.
- Rackspace spotlights Iexpress.me: Make your Digital Life Beautiful (Rackspace): Iexpress.me, a Denver Graduate, is an online design platform, which gives people who aren't graphic designers the tools and materials to decorate their emails, Facebook messages and Pinterest pins.