Since launching in 2009, the Founder Institute has helped launch over 1,310 new technology companies across 85 cities, 40 countries, and six continents.

These companies have gone on to do great things, and create over 10,000+ new jobs.

Over the past week, LetsLunch was highlighted in Forbes, Up Performa wins big at an Osaka event, Realty Mogul was featured in Digital Journal, CauseVox was mentioned on Crain’s New York, and more.

Below is a roundup of recent Founder Institute Graduates in the news:

LetsLunch featured on Forbes: 5 Tools For Developing Your Business Network (Forbes): LetsLunch, a Bay Area Graduate, is a site that uses the time you have at lunch to meet other professionals using a unique algorithm that finds relevant people don’t know yet.

Up Performa named one of top 3 startups in Osaka event: Here Are The Top 3 Startups From Innovation Weekend Osaka (Techinasia): Up Performa, a Kansai Graduate, is a wearable device used to monitor sports performance in lieu of cameras and physical note-taking.

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