The Founder Institute has helped launch over 500 new technology companies across 26 cities and five continents.
Below is a roundup of Founder Institute Graduate news over the past two weeks:
- Jakarta Grad Abilities launches its new free Android app called Dokita (TechInAsia): Dokita provides users with first step health advice from stand-by doctors in a period of 30 minutes to an hour on weekdays. Abilities and its founders are graduates of the Jakarta Founder Institute.
- Silicon Valley Grad Cake Health deemed one of the 7 women-led health tech startups to watch (GigaOM): Cake Health, led by founder and CEO Rebecca Woodcock, acts as a "Mint for health insurance." Cake Health and its founder are graduates of the Silicon Valley Founder Institute.
- San Diego Grad Explorence featured in VentureBeat (VentureBeat): Explorence has one mission: to make playing outside fun again. Explorence and its founders are graduates of the San Diego Founder Institute.
- Singapore Grad CuriousCatch announces official launch (TechInAsia): CuriousCatch uses video as an extra factor to engage its customers in e-commerce. CuriousCatch and its founders are graduates of the Singapore Founder Institute.
- New York Grad Kindara is SendGrid's Startup of the Week (This Week in Startups): Kindara's app helps women manage their fertility while also building a data set that can help their reproductive efforts later in life. Kindara and its founders are graduates of the New York Founder Institute.
- Silicon Valley Grad Wedding Party featured in TechCrunch (TechCrunch): Wedding Party collects photos from guests' phones to create beautiful online albums for users' special days. Wedding Party and its founders are graduates of the Silicon Valley Founder Institute.
- Vietnam Grad Appota named Founder Institute's most disruptive graduate (e27): Appota, which calls itself "Vietnam's mobile content marketplace," covers almost three million users in the country. Appota and its founders are graduates of the Vietnam Founder Institute.