Montreal Founder Institute opens applications for Winter-Spring 2016 cohort

After graduating its Spring 2015 cohort, the Montreal chapter of Founder Institute, the world’s largest entrepreneur training and startup program, is looking for applicants for its winter-spring 2016 cohort.

Since launching in 2014, Montreal Founder Institute has launched Canadian startups like Logrr (which recently chose to relocate to New York), MakerBloks, and Heddoko.

The four-month, part-time program is open to passionate entrepreneurs, whether or not they have an idea or any business experience. Entrepreneurs enjoy structured training courses and expert feedback from mentors, and this upcoming semester will be led by LP Maurice, the CEO of Busbud, and Sergio Escobar of Techstars.

Check out the application page here.

Jessica Galang

Jessica Galang

Freelance tech writer. Former BetaKit News Editor.

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