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Founder Institute boasts helping to launch 750 startups in 40 cities [INFOGRAPHIC]

The startup accelerator class has now helped launch 750 companies across 40 cities worldwide, calling itself the world's largest incubator in terms of graduates and companies launched.

As the startup accelerator class looks to launch in Philadelphia this spring, the Founder Institute shared an infographic to convey its impact on entrepreneurship in regions across the country.

The Founder Institute now claims it has helped launch 750 companies across 40 cities worldwide, calling itself the world’s largest incubator in terms of graduates and companies launched.

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