— PhillyStartupLeaders (@startupleaders) July 13, 2017
“This is our way to match cofounders and get them to start a company,” said PSL Executive Director Yuval Yarden. “Might not be that they leave this bootcamp and immediately launch, but they have the tools to work at a startup or create one. The goal is to ignite their entrepreneurial spirit.”
Applying is free, but the program itself has a cost of $250. There are a few scholarships available for those who need one.
Yarden said this year the organization is trying ot make it “more competitive” to have access to the programming, which will take place at Benjamin’s Desk’s 1608 Walnut St. location.-30-
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