[CALL FOR APPLICATION] Jakarta Founders Institute 2017
Jakarta Founder Institute Opens for 2017 Batch!
Early Admission Deadline on October 15, 2017
Founder Institute, the world’s largest idea-stage accelerator and startup launch program is now accepting applications for Jakarta 2017 semester. Based in Silicon Valley and with chapters across 170 cities and 60 countries, the Founder Institute’s mission is to create sustainable startup ecosystems that will help founders to launch tech companies and create one million new jobs worldwide.
Through our 14 weeks challenging and rigorous curriculum, we provide aspiring entrepreneurs with the structure, training, mentor support, and global network needed to start their dream company, test their startup ideas, build a team, get their first customers and raise funding.
Learn more about the program here.
Some of the past graduates, including Udemy, Realty Mogul,i CarsClub, Itembase, goplaceit, and Appota had successfully launched and secured funding rounds from their idea. In Jakarta, past graduates like Bildeco, ProSehat, Andalin, IndoGold, Giftcard, IndoTrading had won numerous industry awards, represented Indonesia on global stages, secured funding rounds and generated multi million dollars in revenues. Find reports on our graduates here.
This year, the program will be led by Andy Zain and Boye Hartmann, both seasoned entrepreneurs and recently joined by Richie Wirjan as co-director. You will also be backed by a network of 60+ local mentors, who are successful startup CEOs and industry experts. Past mentors in the program include William Tanuwijaya & Leontinus Alpha Edison (Tokopedia), Nadiem Makarim (Go-Jek), Gaery Undarsa & Natali Ardianto (Tiket,com), Erik Meijer (TelkomTelstra), Sakti Makki (Makki Makki Design), Danny Wirianto (GDO Ventures), Shinta Dhanuwardoyo (Bubu Internet), Billy Boen (YOT/GDI Lab), Kevin Mintaraga (Bridestory) and more.
To apply to the program, please click here.
Attend one of our info session events & meet our mentors here :
Speakers: Ashraf Sinclair (500 Startups), Andy Zain (Kejora Ventures), Stephanie Yoe (Fenox), Nayoko Wicaksono (PNP)
Talk show topic: Why Startup Pitches Fail? (and how to fix them)
Description: Coming up with good ideas is hard enough, but pitching your idea to investor can be even harder. Every founder may experience that investors don’t seems to buy in to your idea, even though you have been working so hard on your polished your presentation and practice your pitch. In this rare occasion, we bring to you all the top accelerators/incubators in Indonesia in one stage, to share the secret of a successful pitch and tips on how to get your points across to investors and secured the funding that you desired.