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Over the past week, Feetz was featured on CNBC; Codemi was featured on Tech in Asia; Better Weekdays was accepted into Capital Innovators' 2014 spring class; and more.
Below is a roundup of recent Founder Institute Graduate in the news.
- Feetz featured on CNBC: For those aching feet, 3-D-printed shoes could be the answer (CNBC): Feetz, a San Diego Graduate, provides custom-made 3-D printed shoes.
- Codemi featured on Tech in Asia: Codemi brings online learning to Indonesia (Tech in Asia): Codemi, a Jakarta Graduate, provides online education in Indonesia through video, audio, and presentations.
- Better Weekdays join Capital Innovators Accelerator program: St. Louis – Meet Capital Innovators 2014 Spring Class (Techli): Better Weekdays, a Chicago Graduate, helps middle market companies attract, hire, and retain top talent.
- 2RedBeans featured on Women of China: Chinese-Americans Seek Love Online (Women of China): 2RedBeans, a Silicon Valley Graduate, is an online dating community for Chinese singles in the U.S. and abroad.
- CipherPoint featured on Business Wire: CipherPoint Executive to Present at AGC Partners' Tenth Annual West Coast Information Security and Technology Growth Conference (Business Wire): CipherPoint, a Denver Graduate, is a leading provider of transparent content security for Microsoft SharePoint.
- Nexercise featured on Appolicious: New Android apps worth downloading (Appolicious): Nexercise, a Washington, D.C. Graduate, is a mobile platform that uses friendly competition and real rewards to motivate busy people to lose weight and stay fit.