Founder Institute: Individual Consultations for Prospective Students

April 12, 2013, 16:00 informational seminar

On April 12th from 4-8 p.m., the directors of Founder Institute Moscow, Maria Adamian and Peter Tatischev, will be available at the Digital October Center to answer all of your questions about their international startup accelerator in a one-on-one environment.

If you:

  • Missed the previous FI Moscow info sessions or still have questions about the program. 
  • Want to hear more detailed information about the program and get feedback on your own project from experienced professionals in an individual setting, then…

Just reserve the time slot that’s most convenient for you on this calendar. Consultations are free, but space is limited.

About the “Founders”:

In the three years the Founder Institute business accelerator has already helped to launch over 700 projects over five continents. FI is an international network made up of more than 40 accelerators and nearly a thousand experts focused on helping young entrepreneurs gain access to the kinds of best practices used by the leading technological companies of Silicon Valley.

Directors of the Founder Institute Moscow:

Maria Adamian is a curator of Digital October Center, and former head of the Business Incubator at the Higher School of Economics. She has worked on the development of entrepreneurial ecosystems in Moscow, Saint Petersburg, and Nizhniy Novgorod. She has organized numerous events, including the TechCrunch Moscow and Life in Technology conferences, Geeks on a Plane’s visit to Moscow, and other international projects. She received her MBA from Seattle University.

Peter Tatischev is a curator of the Digital October Center and cofounder of the Greenfield Project. He has founded several businesses, both successes and failures. From 2011-2012, he headed the InCube business incubator at The Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration. He is a graduate of the Judge Business School at Cambridge University.


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