Published in Financial Post Entrepreneur on Monday June 10, 2013
By Christina Pellegrini
With two years and 75 graduates behind it, The Next 36, an eight-and-a-half-month program based in Toronto, handpicks roughly three-dozen bright undergraduate students from across Canada and gives them the resources, capital and mentorship they need to launch an app-based venture. Some of those graduates, including motion- and gesture-controlled armband maker Thalmic Labs, kids education app Penyo Pal and online interview screening platform Kira Talent, are already making waves.
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