Since launching in 2009, the Founder Institute has helped launch over 2,300 new technology companies across 150 cities, 60 countries, and six continents.
These companies have gone on to do great things, and create over 20,000 new jobs.
Over the past week, Peerby was highlighted in The Guardian, GeoMoby was featured on Startup News, Learnemy was highlighted on e27, and more.
Below is a roundup of recent Founder Institute Graduates in the news:
- Peerby featured on The Guardian: The best city app competition finals: who should win? (The Guardian): Peerby, an Amsterdam Grad, is an app and website that enables consumers to borrow the things they need within 30 minutes by asking around in their neighborhood.
- GeoMoby featured on Startup News: GeoMoby’s Chris Baudia Wins Global Hackathon With “SocialFence” (Startup News): GeoMoby, a Perth Graduate, provides location and context awareness for apps.
- Learnemy highlighted on e27: Nearly four years later, Learnemy is now available for the masses (e27): Learnemy, a Singapore Grad, is an online learning platform that connects students with instructors.
- Enerknol featured on Digital Journal: EnerKnol to Present at The White House Energy Datapalooza (Digital Journal): Enerknol, a New York Grad, connects energy market participants with complete range of U.S. state and federal policy data in a simple, web-based portal.
- Visiobike featured on Gizmag: Visiobike might just be the world's techiest e-bike (Gizmag): Visobike, a Zagreb Grad, is a producer of smart electric bicycles for daily commuters with deep smartphone integration.