Seed-accelerators like Techstars and Y Combinator typically take a company with a team, live product, and some traction and provide them with operating capital and/or a small seed investment to help them prepare for an angel or VC round of funding. The Founder Institute works with entrepreneurs before this point in their process, and provides them with a structured process, expert mentorship, and a global network to get to traction and funding.
How is the Founder Institute different from Techstars and Y Combinator? Print
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Modified on: Mon, Mar 2, 2020 at 4:13 PM
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