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It’s apparently been a busy few months for the newest graduates out of AngelPad, the startup accelerator program started two years ago by ex-Googler and tech investor Thomas Korte.
This is our video submission for the AngelPad Fall 2012 application! The video talks about our team, our idea, our vision for the future and why we need AngelPad to get there.
Apply to AngelPad Fall 2012 (September to November) in San Francisco. We are accepting applications from anywhere in the world. Deadline is July 21st, 2012 Learn more about the program and watch an interview of AngelPad’s Founder Thomas Korte.
Colleen Taylor talks with Founder of AngelPad Thomas Korte.
AngelPad is a mentorship program founded by Thomas Korte with a team of ex-Google employees to help technology startups build better products, attract seed funding and grow more successful businesses. AngelPad provides founders with funding, mentorship and the chance to work alongside other great founders at the AngelPad office in San Francisco.
Incubators have become an increasingly important part of the tech startup scene in recent years. A number of hot startups have emerged from these programs, encouraging more new entrepreneurs to apply. They’ve become so popular that about one accelerator a day launches these days, says David Cohen, head of TechStars. Not only are they popping up in many cities, but also in specific verticals, such as education. These incubators have been called alternatives to MBAs. Emphasizing that concept, Y Combinator now even accepts applicants who don’t even have a startup idea.
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