Things can be hard when you have the idea for a startup but you don’t have enough money or the space you need. Google has thought of all those creative people who need help. It will open a dedicated space for startups, in San Francisco. This should provide resources to all the new companies who don’t have access to financial investment.
The space will be used also for some events, such as Google Developer Group community meetups , Launchpad Accelerator and Tech Talks. The program will last for 3 months and then it will be a two week period boot camp at Google. Every startup who wants to become a leader in its local market can participate for free. There will be classes where Google teams will teach you the best ways to succeed in your business.
The big search engine wants to expand the program to cities, in the whole world. At the moment, there are startups from Jakarta and Mexico City. Google did not want to say much information about which international startups will be able to stay in the new office space. It seems that the program should have lasted 6 months but the company decided 3 months are enough.
What will happen after this period? The participants would return to their countries and start developing their new business. They will get to be taught by Google employees, have two weeks for training and all these will be for free.
Google is helping these companies, but they are hoping for something else too. Those startups could develop ideas that the big company could use. Of course, Google would have to buy them, but this did not seem to be a problem in the past. It is not the only brand who thought of this idea. Amazon and Microsoft opened similar offices in the U.S. They hoped to get more local developers and also get more users. A space like this should be the perfect place for people to be creative and make their dreams come true.
If you have great ideas for startups, you should try this space Google is opening. You will have a lot of things to learn from people who are making this company the most popular in the world. If Google will not teach you how to succeed, no one will.
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