The Founder Institute, the world’s largest startup accelerator with over 1,000 graduate companies, is announcing that it is exploring a new chapter launch in Athens.
If you are curious about what it is like to run a successful startup, then join us for Startup Founder 101, a free event that take place on February 12th at 10.30-13.00 at InfoCom Mobiles & Apps Conference at the Divani Caravel Hotel. Listen to what Founder Institute could do for you.
Based in Silicon Valley and with chapters across 55 cities and 34 countries, the Founder Institute has helped aspiring technology entrepreneurs launch over 1,017 companies, which have created over 10,000 new jobs.
As part of the launch event, we will offer a crash course with Mr. Yiannis Kanellopoulos, (LinkedIn: gr.linkedin.com/in/ykanellopoulos), on “IT Strategy for your Startup”. Real-life examples will be shared.
Mr. Michalis Stangos, one of the two directors of the program and co-founder of ID-GC, will present the Founder Institute program. LinkedIn: gr.linkedin.com/pub/michalis-stangos/0/896/660
The mentors of the program have also been invited to the event:
Adeo Ressi (Founder/CEO, Founder Institute) Alex Eleftheriadis (Chief Scientist/Co-Founder, Vidyo), Antonis Markopoulos (Deputy Managing Director, Asia Pacific Region, Intralot), Apostolos Apostolakis (Advisor and co-founder, Doctoranytime.gr), Christos Kaskavelis (Founder/COO, Velti, 2000-2013), Kostis Stavropoulos (Managing Director, iSquare S.A. – Apple Value Added Distributor for Greece & Cyprus), Marco Veremis (Founder/CEO, Upstream), Sotiris Sirmakezis (General Manager, Piraeus Bank), Tasos Flambouras (General Manager, Aventurine SA), Vassilis Nikolopoulos (CEO/Co-Founder, Intelen), Yiannis Kanellopoulos (Management Consultant for Sustainable Software, Software Improvement Group).
If you are interested in the Founder Institute apply by 02.03.2014 at http://fi.co/apply/athens.