Founder Labs is a 5-week pre-incubator focused on the first phase of launching a mobile startup.
Founder Labs is the place to meet founding team and build new mobile startups.
Over the course of five weeks, participants go through the important first phases of launching a company from building the right team to validating your concept. They get to meet UX designers, developers, hackers and product geniuses needed to form your founding team. Through weekly talks and access to mentors, participants learn the technical and lean startup skills needed to validate business ideas, figure out the right product-market fit, build rapid prototypes and test with real customers. What does a typical Founder Labs class look like? Some stats:
Average class size of 15-20 (four to five teams) 50/50 male/female split 10 engineers/developers 5 designers 5 business/marketing mavens
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