Founders Embassy Graduation Night
Founders Embassy is turning 2! Join us to celebrate this big milestone with our 5th graduating Class of Fall 2019, the Founders Embassy Thought Leaders, and the founding team at the newly reopened beautiful venue 906.World, a former Roman Catholic church from the 1800’s, in the heart of San Francisco.
Mingle with fellow investors and founders over demos and drinks as we hear from guest speakers and the graduating founders of the Fall 2019 Class. Delicious bites and various refreshments will be provided.
906 Broadway Street, San Francisco, CA
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM: Welcome Reception (VIP Only). Meet the Founders Embassy founding team, Thought Leaders, and graduating Fall'19 Class over drinks and light bites! Invitation-only, spots are limited.
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM: Guest Speakers, Class Pitches & Networking (All Guests Invited)
VIP Welcome Reception
Founders Embassy’s network of Thought Leaders join us from a wide variety of Silicon Valley’s most reputable companies in support of our mission to elevate international and immigrant entrepreneurs.
Interested in meeting them and learning more about Thought Leadership at the VIP Welcome Reception? Apply to become a TL and receive an invitation.
Originally from Israel, Iddo Gino is the Founder and CEO of RapidAPI. Part of Forbes 30 Under 30 list, he's a 2017 Thiel Fellow. Previously, he was a Co-organizer of Hacking Gen Y. Iddo has been programming since he was a kid and continues to contribute to open-source projects.
Join us to hear Iddo's story - from being a high school senior in Israel in 2016 to now living in Silicon Valley and having recently closed his Series B - led by Microsoft’s M12 venture fund - as RapidAPI cracks 10K APIs and 1M users.
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Have you been to an event held at a church? It's about time! Let's kick off the holiday season together at our last big event of 2019!
For our special final event of 2019, we've partnered with 906.World, a former Roman Catholic church (Our Lady of Guadalupe Church) that was designed by architects Frank T. Shea and John D. Lofquist in 1912. Originally completed in 1880 then destroyed by the 1906 earthquake and fire, a reconstructed Church was consecrated on April 14, 1912.
The church was closed and abandoned for the last 25+ years. It took 3 years & $10M worth of renovations to be reopened as 906.World to preserve the legacy and serve the local community. The Church also contains the only extant mechanical organ in San Francisco, built in Boston, MA in 1888.