Apple highlights developers and participants from its Entrepreneur Camp
What you need to know
- Apple is highlighting some participants from its Entrepreneur Camp.
- The company is highlighting TuneBend, Hopscotch, and imagiLabs.
Today, Apple highlighted (opens in new tab) a number of developers and participants from its Apple Entrepreneur Camp. Some of the companies featured in the piece include TuneBend, Hopscotch, and imagiLabs.
Matt Garrison, the creator of TuneBend and the owner of ShapeShifter Lab, decided to build the app after dreaming of a new way for musicians to collaborate.
Samantha John, the founder of Hopscotch, decided to learn how to code in order to create an app that helped young girls also learn how to code.
Dora Palfi, Beatrice Ionascu, and Paula Dozsa, founders of imagiLabs, have built an entire company around helping women to learn how to code.
You can read about all of the stories on the Apple Newsroom website (opens in new tab).
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