Visible Network Labs is a 2018 Fightback Foundation Fellow
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Denver, CO (October 17, 2018) – Visible Network Labs is proud to share that we’ve been selected to be one of three Fightback Foundation Fellow for 2018. The Fellowship, a program of the Fightback Foundation, provides financial support and mentorship to three startup social enterprises focusing on mental health, following an intense workshop and mentorship process.
The program ends with all 10 finalists pitching their solutions to a panel of Colorado leaders in business, social impact, and mental health. This year’s judges included Josh Scott, founder of Craftsy; Pete Coors, chairman of Molson Coors Brewing Company; and Mark Randall, a community ambassador for the Denver Nuggets and former NBA player. Fight Back Foundation, an incubator working with entrepreneurs aspiring to do social good in the community, hosted the event.
We presented our solution, PARTNERme, a tool for measuring pressing needs and connecting them to community resources using a network science approach that leverages their existing support network to fill need gaps. Learn more about PARTNERme here.
We are so appreciative of this experience and excited to take home this recognition and validation for out tools and innovation. We look forward to working with the Fight Back Foundation mentors and leadership. Learn more about all the finalists here.
For news coverage of the event, click here.
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