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The Silicon Valley-based Founder Institute is the largest startup accelerator worldwide, boasting more than 1,000 graduate companies in 55 cities and six continents.

Honolulu‘s first graduating class consists of five new companies that have completed the 15-week course of structured training, practical business-building assignments and feedback from expert mentors.

The company aims to “Globalize Silicon Valley” by creating sustainable startup ecosystems that will launch new businesses and create 20,000 new jobs by 2020.

The Honolulu office opened in May and began its four-month, part-time course with 21 founders enrolled. 

Five new entrepreneurs survived the rigorous program and are now seeking adopters, seed investments and, of course, customers.

Pacific Business News

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