We’ve put together this guide to demonstrate the truly exceptional fellows in this cohort, and what they’ll be getting up to over the next few weeks.
Where are our fellows in their founder journey?
How many fellows have already raised money?
Which country are our fellows based in?
- 85% United States
- 5% Canada
- 2% United Kingdom
- 2% United Arab Emirates
- 1% China, Germany, Spain, India, New Zealand
For fellows from the United States, which city are they from?
In total ODF fellows have access to more than 300+ events per cohort, each useful in their own way, but here are a few highlights from the kickoff period:
The kickoff is the first time most of the fellows meet in-person: a supercollider event of networking, connections and excitement. This is our second in-person kickoff since returning to IRL programming post-Covid, and the sense of ambition was contagious.
Co-founder Speed Dating
We understand that many fellows join our program without a co-founder, for some finding the right partner is extremely important. This event is designed to connect fellows within our community who are looking for co-founders.
The sail trip in the Bay Area is an opportunity for fellows to unwind from the intensity of the kickoff weekend. As the boat navigates through the waters, fellows have the opportunity to engage in meaningful, yet relaxed, conversations with one another.
Female and Non-Binary Founder Brunch
Our Female and Non-Binary Founder Brunch is a powerful platform for female and non-binary fellows to celebrate their entrepreneurial spirit, share insights, and foster a strong sense of community.