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Today, barely four months after the first demo day, class number two is ready to be unveiled. And this time there are thirteen of them. At this rate, to quote the best line in Jaws, they’re “gonna need a bigger boat”.TechCrunch
Vator TV interview of Thomas KorteVatorTV • Video
Eight startups are ready to graduate from the program today. We got a chance to sit down with each of them for a bit, and overall the quality of the companies is very impressive. This shouldn’t be too surprising given how many of them are also ex-Google or former employees of several other high-profile tech companies.TechCrunch
Last week I reported on the inaugural demo day presentations from startups at San Francisco-based AngelPad. After the presentations I had a chance to speak with Thomas Korte, one of the founders of AngelPad, about the vision behind the program, and I’ve written up the full interview below.xconomy
The problem is obvious: it’s hard to launch a startup. But one potential solution, great mentorship and support, isn’t so easy to come by. With their own startup of sorts, seven ex-Googlers are going to attempt to solve that.TechCrunch