In the spirit of yesterday's new Female Founder Fellowship Program announcement, I thought I would highlight some of the female-led technology companies the Founder Institute has helped launch over our 2.5 years with a logo montage.

This isn't a complete list by any means - nearly 100 females have graduated from the program, and as a pre-seed incubator, most of our graduates have not yet publicly launched.

And remember: applications are coming up in October for Amsterdam, Brussels, Paris, San Diego/ Orange County, Jakarta, Chicago, Hanoi, Singapore, New York City, and Washington D.C. All female applicants to these semesters are automatically eligible for the Female Founder Fellowship.

And here are descriptions of the companies;

2RedBeans (Q Zhao, Silicon Valley Grad) - 2RedBeans is a place for Chinese singles to meet, connect and get to know each other.

BeScrappy (Priya Sheth, San Francisco Grad) BeScrappy is an online marketplace that connects people who need tools for home improvement and building projects with lenders that have them.

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