The Founder Institute Startup Incubator is coming to Hawaii
Join us Monday night, October 3rd, 7:00 – 8:15
Please join us for an informal question and answer information session
about our plans to bring the Founder Institute incubator to Hawaii.
This meeting is open for anyone to attend.
About the Founder Institute:
The Founder Institute is a business incubator and executive training
program for high tech entrepreneurs. The Founder Institute brings
together experienced CEOs and Founders in a collaborative environment
with a goal to help launch 1,000 companies per year worldwide. Through
weekly sessions guided by renowned CEOs, the Founder Institute breeds
disciplined founders ready to lead the next generation of high-tech
companies. To graduate from the program, participants need to
actually form a company. As of the Summer of 2010, The Founder
Institute is one of the worlds fastest growing incubators with
chapters in 15 cities worldwide, has launched 300 companies, and has
developed a network over 500 experienced Founder and CEO Mentors. The
Founder Institute believes that Great People + World Class Training +
Aligned Incentives = Exponentially Better Chance of Success.
Who will be presenting:
The Co-Directors of the Founder Institute are Keith Powers and Ted Gaubert.
Keith Powers has been active in start-ups, investments and building
world-class companies, organizations and community development
projects for over 15 years. He is an advisor to several startups and
is a Co-Founder of The Aloha Initiative, a successful program to bring
Japanese families that were displaced by the March 2011 Earthquake,
tsunami and nuclear tragedy to Hawaii. He has been active with the
Founder Institute since its inception. www.linkedin.com/in/
Ted Gaubert has a long-standing passion for entrepreneurship and
innovation. He previously worked with the Austin Technology Incubator
in collaboration with the Austin Chamber of Commerce to help start the
Biosciences Incubator in Austin, Texas. He serves on the scientific
advisory board for the North Texas Enterprise Center, a technology
incubator in Frisco, Texas. He has extensive hands-on experience in
founding and managing his own start-ups, in addition to being involved
in promoting technology entrepreneurship in the community.