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Monthly Update: Get Specific Mentor Feedback

Get specific mentor feedback

Our push to make startups easier for founders continues, this month we unlocked mentor feedback to all. Not just the 2% who get accepted into incubators, or those living in startup hubs.

All questions that require your text response now have an AI feedback button. The AI is prompted with your startup data, just like how you would give a mentoring context on your startup before asking for help or feedback. The feedback AI is trained to help you tighten up and make your answers more concise to prepare you for decision making, talking to investors and potential customers.

You can quickly get feedback on all your answers in a one-pager, or as you work your way through each level of the startup Journey.

Images of updated problem page and one-pager with new AI Feedback button:

Funding opportunities & more

  • Applications are open and rolling for the Forum Ventures B2B SaaS Accelerator, a high-touch program for early-stage founders designed to get you to the next stage. Learn more and apply here.

  • Open to founders of all backgrounds, Techstars New York City powered by J.P. Morgan is designed to provide equitable access to funding and support for Black, Hispanic and Latino, Indigenous American and Pacific Islander entrepreneurs building startups that aspire to make us healthier, happier, smarter and wealthier. Learn more and apply here by July 5th.

  • The Techstars Future of Ecommerce program, partnered with eBay, is focused on startups with innovative technologies that are shaping the future of Ecommerce, including AI, Web3, privacy, security, and infrastructure. Participants will receive the support needed to succeed in the rapidly evolving Ecommerce market through access to mentors, thought leaders, and investors from both Techstars and eBay. Learn more and apply here by July 5th.

  • Applications are now open for the Google for Startups Accelerator: Black Founders! The accelerator program is designed to bring the best of Google’s programs, products, people and technology to Black founder communities, with mentorship and technical project support as well as through deep dives and workshops focused on product design, customer acquisition and leadership development for founders. Learn more and apply here by August 2nd.

  • Publish Her is dedicated to providing resources to female-identifying business owners and authors. Applications are now being accepted for the Publish Her Business Impact Grant (BIG) program for women of color business owners. With support from community partner BankCherokee, Publish Her will award a $5,000 grant to a woman of color whose business is making a difference in the lives of others and the world. Learn more and apply here by August 31st.

Bug fixes and updates this month


  • Level 2: Research, was updated to match the new UI/UX and more streamlined Level 1: Explore flow.

  • Onboarding questions are now multi-choice. This way it matches the often non-linear path a founder takes. Thank you all for the feedback on this.

Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed an issue where feedback for answers were being carried over to the next or previous question pages.

  • Fixed an issue where one-pagers were not updating progress when the number of answered questions changed after saving an edit

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