Today’s Daily Digest was crafted by Product Hunt and sponsored by our friends at Mozilla.
Tech has the power to change the world for the better, and Mozilla has created a call to arms to join forces with makers who want to build a better world.
“We love initiatives that shift the balance of power from centralized forces back towards individuals, citizens and communities.”
A noble cause, and timely considering our collective reflection during the pandemic. This week they launched a series of summer incubator programs
for entrepreneurs and startups across the tech spectrum.
Here are some of the projects they've incubated at Mozilla’s Spring Lab so far:
is a browser extension that shows the environmental impact of your purchases
connects incarcerated inmates with their loved ones for free through a letter delivery service
• Remote Students
is an online community that helps students find their next job or mentor
If you are in the beginning stages of building a product or a potential startup idea, MVP Lab
could be the right place to do it. Mozilla has committed to funding accepted projects with a $16k, equity-free grant over the course of an 8-week project period.
is the place to land if you are committed to doubling down on your ideas and building a startup. This one is designed for makers that have some initial traction on their products, or that have a solid team paired with an engaging concept. This is a longer program for founders that are committed to shipping meaningful products and startups while being supported with mentorship and $75k of funding.
Lastly, if you weren’t accepted into the MVP program but still want to explore ideas, you can join Mozilla’s
. The best projects have a shot at four $10K prizes.
Consider the call to apply open, the deadline is June 5th. 💪