All founders are entrepreneurs,
but not all entrepreneurs are founders.
You either get it, or you don't. For those who get it. For founders only. Now accepting applications.
WTF is The Founders Organization?
What is The Founders Organization?
“Friendship first, business second.”If that line doesn't resonate with you right away, well, that's totally fine but you may not click with the community of founders we're cultivating.
We believe the best businesses (and more importantly, the best lives) stem from meaningful relationships with an engaging group of wise friends. This is why we pride ourselves on curating the best connections possible amongst leading entrepreneurs from all industries.
What's in a name?Founders. Entrepreneurs. These terms hold a great deal of weight with those who have truly forged their own way through the gauntlets of innovation and come out the other side with a sustainable business.
Why Founders and not Entrepreneurs? Nearly anyone can decide they are an “entrepreneur.” All you need to do is update your LinkedIn profile. However, the title of Founder is hard-won through action. “Entrepreneur” can be faked, “Founder” cannot.
Founders are a unique breed of people that we know (first hand) have a complex set of needs. We’re here to support you.
Our mission is to create strong, meaningful connections between founders.How do we accomplish such an intricate, personal mission? We are glad you asked! Here are just a few ways we've been changing the networking game through unforgettable experiences and exclusive content:
- Once-in-a-lifetime excursions to a tactical driving school in the desert, snowshoeing across Lake Tahoe, and an upcoming stay in a private estate in Charleston, SC.
- Private dinners with personal chefs in Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, and New York City.
- A vetted, closed group on Facebook called The Founders Salon where over 800 verified founders carry on candid conversations about everything from mental health to creating new company policy.
- A members-only digital portal with access to peer support and free education opportunities