Technology giant Google is providing startup with the much needed tools to succeed, knowing that startup look at the world through the lens of opportunity they see problems and take action to fix them, building never-before-seen solutions.
Google launched startup for Entrepreneurs in 2011 which is now Google for Startups to help train startups in their local communities, Google employees train and mentor people in their local startup communities, bringing the best of Google’s resources to them
They have been able to mentor 50+ startup coworking spaces, accelerators and diversity-focused groups in 125 countries around the world.
According to Google
We’re inspired by founders like Temie Giwa-Tubosun in Lagos, Nigeria, who saw that every year tens of thousands of people in her country die waiting for blood, not because of supply, but because of inefficient transportation systems connecting donor blood to those in need. She used the power of blockchain and artificial intelligence to launch her startup, Lifebank, an app and motorcycle network that connects blood banks to hospitals in urgent need of blood. LifeBank can now deliver 10,000 pints of blood in a single hour and is expanding to more countries across the developing world.
We are so excited to share this milestone with you. We recently closed our seed round. Read the full story here https://t.co/5saSNdr5yC
— LifeBank (@LifeBankNigeria) January 31, 2018
Ensuring this startup stay at their best Google has provided the best resources for startups all in one place at . There you can find Google’s products, connections and best practices for growing startups. Click here to visit the website
Google’s products for Startup
Some of the products provided by Google for early stage startups is Google Cloud for Startups it helps early stage companies get up and running by providing technical mentorship and training, community events and access to Google products at a discount including Google Cloud Platform (“GCP”), G Suite, Maps, Hire and Qwiklabs.
Soon-to or recently launched app-based startups can apply to Start on Android, which helps developers test, iterate, optimize and launch their app on Google Play.
Google’s connections for Startup
Google also help connect startups to network of communities, mentors, investors, educational programming and opportunities. Launchpad Accelerator is a program for startups of all stages that empowers them with customized Machine Learning training, equity-free support and mentorship from Google engineers and Launchpad’s global mentor network. The program provides custom support and connections to different Google teams for startups on the cusp of rapid growth.
The startups can also apply to Google for Startups Residency. Participating startups receive tailored mentorship and workspace for 5-6 months at a Google for Startups Campus in London, Madrid, São Paulo, Seoul, Tel Aviv or Warsaw.
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