Below is a roundup of Founder Institute Graduate news over the past two weeks:
- Denver Grad iGivefirst featured in Colorado Business Magazine (ColoradoBiz): iGivefirst, a service that streamlines the process of giving by acting as a charity discovery platform and a donating digital wallet, was featured in Colorado Business Magazine. iGivefirst and its founder are Graduates of the Denver Institute.
- Jakarta Grad Wujudkan is Kickstarter For Indonesian’s Creative Industry (Tech in Asia): Wujudkan, a website that allows Indonesian artists and creators to gain support to realize their creative work, was featured in Tech In Asia. The company, and its founders Mandy Marahimin and Wicak Soegijoko, are Graduates of the Jakarta Founder Institute.
- San Diego Grad Fashioning Change Featured on Good Magazine (Good): Fashioning Change, a service that streamlines the process of shopping with sustainably good intentions in mind by recommending stylish, eco-friendly goods and services to replace the mass-produced brands consumers typically support, was featured on Good Magazine. The startup and its founder are Graduates of the San Diego Institute.
- Silicon Valley Grad CakeHealth Launched Version 2.0 and Recruited a co-founder of Color (TechCrunch/ GigaOm): CakeHealth, a mint.com for health insurance, was in the news after launching version 2.0 and recruiting one of the co-founders of Color. The startup and its founder, Rebecca Woodcock, are Graduates of the Silicon Valley Institute.