MentorMob is a rapidly growing startup in the B2C education technology space. The company was founded in Chicago in 2010, and was one of the first tenants of Catapult Chicago, a shared location facility for startups. In 2013, MentorMob relocated to New York City, to participate in the Techstars/Kaplan Ed Tech accelerator program. The company has had the unique experience of living in the two cities, both with growing startup ecosystems. Vince Leung, MentorMob’s co-founder and CTO, was kind enough to share his experiences, helping us to compare the plusses and minuses of these two startup hotbeds.
Read the rest of this post in Forbes, which I guest authored this week.
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