Google is accepting applications from high potential startups for the second edition of Campus Residency, a 4-month program for growth-stage startups with personalized support and unique access to resources, experts, and global connections.
Taking place at Google’s Campus London, this is the second edition of the Campus Residency and it is scheduled to take place from September – December 2018. It is designed to support the strategic and measurable growth of the businesses of high potential startups to expand their businesses globally.
Innovative, disruptive, and bold #startups – we're looking for you! Announcing second edition of Campus Residency! Apply here: https://t.co/kcDAgj1J23 pic.twitter.com/4YLp7oJDZL
— Google for Startups UK (@GoogleStartupUK) June 6, 2018
With Campus Residency, Google is looking for globally-minded, innovative and high potential startups on a mission to drive positive change across all industries with the use of technology to provide them with the tools for market research and export, mentoring with leading industry and domain experts, innovation workshops, and a connected community for teams to network.
About 10 participating startups (5-15 members) would be chosen to work with the Campus team, define challenges, set objectives and key results (OKRs) to reach goals together with help and support from Google product teams. Prior to the full duration of the program (September 2018 – December 2018), selected startups would attend preparation sessions at Campus from 13th-24th August after which they would move their team to Campus London for the duration of the program from 3rd September.
Our friends @CampusLondon are looking for innovative, disruptive, and bold #startups ! Announcing second edition of Campus Residency in London: https://t.co/e3HC9t0HEO pic.twitter.com/oMu65MN78X
— Filip Valusiak (@FilipValusiak) June 18, 2018
In addition to the other benefits of the program, startups would be able to work together with other Google Campuses as well as the other 30 partner spaces. The programme is cost and equity-free; startups only need to participate in the program.
Interested startups should ensure they are making use of technology to build a disruptive and scalable product/service (launched or with demonstrated traction). They must also be looking to scale globally, willing to contribute to the Campus community and also be able to attend the 4-month training.
Applications are open to all Campus members and non-members (they would have to give more details about themselves) and would be reviewed by a panel of venture capitalists, Googlers, and the Campus team.
Applications are open until June 29, 2018. You can click here to get started.
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