Funds $ 0 per founder
Takes 0% equity
Funds 8 startups per year
Markets Design Finance Training & Coaching Web Application Development +8
Invests in North America United States
The Awesome Inc Fellowship Program seeks to find high-potential, early-stage startups. This program is unlike any other because it takes no equity from the startups selected. Awesome Inc simply wants to help startups grow and succeed. Due to the success of past years the 2015 Fellowship Program is accepting 8 startups. If selected for the program, startups will gain access to the following:

- More than 60 high-quality mentors (Drew Curtis- Founder of Fark.com, Bambi Francisco- CEO of Vator.tv, Marc Nager- former CEO of StartupWeekend, and more)
- Free services from experienced programmers, graphic designers, and videographers
- Guidance and accountability coaching from Fellowship Directors
- Unlimited access to Awesome Inc's co-working space (wi-fi, desks, meeting room, work shop, kitchen, ping pong table)
- Introductions to investors...
The Awesome Inc Fellowship Program seeks to find high-potential, early-stage startups. This program is unlike any other because it takes no equity from the startups selected. Awesome Inc simply wants to help startups grow and succeed. Due to the success of past years the 2015 Fellowship Program is accepting 8 startups. If selected for the program, startups will gain access to the following:

- More than 60 high-quality mentors (Drew Curtis- Founder of Fark.com, Bambi Francisco- CEO of Vator.tv, Marc Nager- former CEO of StartupWeekend, and more)
- Free services from experienced programmers, graphic designers, and videographers
- Guidance and accountability coaching from Fellowship Directors
- Unlimited access to Awesome Inc's co-working space (wi-fi, desks, meeting room, work shop, kitchen, ping pong table)
- Introductions to investors
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Staff

Brian Raney
Admin
Keith McMunn
Admin
Keith McMunn Fellowship Director @ Awesome Inc
Nick Such
Admin
Nick Such Co-founder of Awesome Inc and BuildingLayer. Cyclist. Maker of maps and pancakes.