Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Y Combinator Program Funds Startups

Kendall Ananyi co-founded Tizeti in 2012 and currently serves as the company’s CEO. He completed his master’s in electrical and electronic engineering at the University of Victoria. Subsequently, Kendall Ananyi attended the Y Combinator (YC) program in 2017.

Founded in 2005, Y Combinator is a Silicon Valley-based tech incubator that has funded more than 3,000 startups through its batch activities. It provides startups with technical and financial support during the early stages of their project.

The three-month program is held in the Bay Area, where the YC team works with startup founders to develop their ideas and help them create the best pitch for future investors. At the end of the program, startup founders get the chance to present their work to audiences and investors on Demo Day. The incubator accepts applications for its funding cycles twice a year. However, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, the YC batch activities are currently being conducted remotely.

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