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What it’s like to apply – and be accepted – for Y Combinator

They would like to start their own startup together. What the particular business will be is not firmly settled – it changes day to day. In the meantime, they have been selected as finalists who are ... read more

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Y Combinator extends application for Winter 2013 class to November 2 because of Hurricane Sandy

Y Combinator will be extending the deadline for applications to its Winter ... they would like to extend the deadline. Originally, Graham had suggested extension by a day. Now it’s until the end of ... read more

Y Combinator Application Advice for International Companies

This article assumes you are convinced about why YC is great for your company, the fact that the application is all that matters and that you don’t need recommendations and intros, and that you can ... read more

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YC is hosting interviews in New York in a couple of weeks; here’s what you need to know ahead of time

For years, the popular accelerator program Y Combinator has interviewed applicants to its program in the Bay ... There is no change from our standard application and interview process. TC: How many ... read more

How to write a winning Y Combinator application: tips from Aussie startups that have done it before

Applications have just opened for Y Combinator’s winter batch, one of the most prestigious startup programs in the world. Since its inception ten years ... are short and punchy, just like you’d write ... read more

A Y Combinator-Backed Startup, Bulletin, Wants To Be The 'WeWork Of Retail'

Branston: Totally on a whim, we applied to Y Combinator. We couldn’t believe we got accepted to their ... called Dokonoko launched its summer line in our store. Their fans come and buy other things. ... read more

Y Combinator casts its eye towards Asia and what that means for you

You’ve got until March 27 to apply. Asian startups ... though the accelerator has accepted founders as young as 20 and as old as 66. It’s still a bit early to know how current Y Combinator companies ... read more

500 Startups tapped Product Hunt to help it pick one lucky startup for its next batch

Because accelerators like Y Combinator and ... for impressive startups to invite to apply to the program. Y Combinator also does that, with its partners often encouraging young startups they meet to ... read more

How, and Why, Y Combinator Got Serious About Diversity

Female Founders Conference had its origins in a 2013 email sent by Paul Graham–YC’s then-president and Livingston’s husband–suggesting “a startup school-like event for ... did need to be inspired to ... read more

Y Combinator accidentally let 15,000 people into an exclusive program — and now has decided to do it on purpose

When Y Combinator accidentally admitted 15,000 people to its ... The accelerator program is discarding the application for its Startup School program, YC told Recode, effectively turning a selective ... read more

Exploding Term Sheets Prompt Y Combinator To Sync Acceptance Dates With Competitors

This evening Y Combinator opened up applications for its Summer 2010 round ... startups will find out if they’ve been accepted at nearly the same time that they’ll hear back from competing programs ... read more

Sam Altman and Jessica Livingston explain Y Combinator’s success

Undeterred, Y Combinator has continued to press forward with its mission to help startups in practically any ... played a big part in getting founders to apply. Take David Rusenko, founder and chief ... read more

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