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:
- Silicon Valley Grad Breezy launches the Breezy Button, which lets developers add mobile printing to any app (Breezy blog): Breezy, which makes some of the highest-rated print apps in the iOs, BlackBerry, and Android stores, announced the launch of the Breezy Button, a simple-to-use drag-and-drop SDK that allows mobile developers to add the industry’s best printing technology to their apps in minutes. Breezy and its founder are Graduates of the Silicon Valley Institute.
- Seattle FI Grad MeMeTales Launches on Android, Offers Free Books All Summer (TechCrunch): MeMeTales, a children’s books application arrives on the Android platform, as announced on TechCrunch. MeMeTales and its founder are Graduates of the Seattle Institute.
- San Francisco Grad Say Mmm Featured in GigaOm (GigaOm): Say Mmm, a service that helps users organize online recipes into categorized shopping lists, was featured in GigaOm. Say Mmm and its founder are Graduates of the San Francisco Institute.
- Seattle Grad PetHub Secures $1.2mm Seed Round (FI blog): PetHub, a business that enables users to utilize technology to track and care for pets in a variety of ways, closed a $1.3 million seed-round. See the full article on TechCrunch here. PetHub and its founder are Graduates of the Seattle Founder Institute.
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