Founder Institute Comes To Bangladesh

The Institute believes that the best way to learn is “by doing” and is a strong proponent of a philosophy that asserts: “Great People + Expert training + Collaboration=exponentially better chance of success”

FFounder Institute-a Silicon Valley based early-stage startup accelerator & global launch network has started its operation in Bangladesh recently. On August 6, 2014 the institute arranged a free event titled “Founder Night Out” at Gulshan, Dhaka. Founder Institute will also be holding two more events in the upcoming month, which are: “Making the Leap from Employee to Entrepreneur” and “Founder Institute Information Session” on September 2, 2014 and September 9, 2014 respectively. The arrival of the Founder Institute to Bangladesh is a big addition to the rapidly growing startup eco-system of the country.

The Institute believes that the best way to learn is “by doing” and is a strong proponent of a philosophy that asserts: “Great People + Expert training + Collaboration=exponentially better chance of success”. 

FIWWhat is Founder Institute?

With a mission to “Globalize Silicon Valley”, The Founder Institute started its journey in 2009. Soon it has become the world’s largest entrepreneur training and startup launch program, which is helping enthusiastic founders across the globe to build sustainable technology companies. Though the institute is based in Silicon Valley, it has connections across the globe through its chapters in 75 cities and 40 different countries. Since its launch in 2009 it has helped launch over 1,230 companies, which have created 10,000 new jobs. The Institute aims to build sustainable startup ecosystems that will create one million new jobs worldwide.

With a mission to “Globalize Silicon Valley”, The Founder Institute started its journey in 2009. Soon it has become the world’s largest entrepreneur training and startup launch program, which is helping enthusiastic founders across the globe to build sustainable technology companies. 

How it works?

TThe Institute believes that the best way to learn is “by doing” and is a strong proponent of a philosophy that asserts: “Great People + Expert training + Collaboration=exponentially better chance of success”. 

Founder Institute offers a four months long part time program which helps promising startup entrepreneurs to “learn by doing” and to launch a company through structured training courses, practical business building assignments and expert feedback from a large network of business mentors. The best part of the program is: in order to participate in this training program the founders will not have to quit from their day job. Thus it enables the founders to begin building a business around their ideas without putting their livelihood at risk. Within these four months of training, a founder needs to develop an engaging idea for a technology company, which is supported by the program mentors, plan out the business, and work on an offering, incorporate their company and have to complete all of the required assignments.

Founder Institute offers a four months long part time program which helps promising startup entrepreneurs to “learn by doing” and to launch a company through structured training courses, practical business building assignments and expert feedback from a large network of business mentors.

Bangladesh is passing through a very critical time in-terms of building an eco-system for start-ups and entrepreneurs. Founder Institute is indeed a critical addition to this ongoing development.

Credits: This story was Written by Moumita Shaha and was Edited & Organized by Ruhul Kader
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Moumita Saha

Moumita is an avid reader having deep passion for fiction and horror films! She also loves photography and keeps things undone for the last moment because she thinks she does best when she does things at the last moment. Moumita is working with us as an Intern and doing a very important project titled 'Discovering Chittagong'.

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