Google has opened applications for its third batch of Launchpad Accelerator in India. It is the second year of the Google Launchpad programme where it mentors early-stage startups on various aspects of their businesses.
The event is related to more on technology, product strategy, UX/UI, marketing and leadership.
“Google is uniquely positioned to facilitate the Indian startup ecosystem in building scalable and globally relevant solutions, and Launchpad Accelerator India is one of the key ways in which we drive this,” said Paul Ravindranath, Programme Manager, Launchpad Accelerator India.
The submission of applications due date is August 18 where the batch will start with a 1-week boot camp in mid-October, in Bengaluru. Moreover, the programme is looking more into the startup that uses technology based on AI/ML to solve systemic problems in India. The startups who register should have raised seed finding and solutions using advanced technologies.
Each group will receive mentorship and support from Google’s AI/ML, Android, web, product strategy, UX, Cloud and marketing. Startups indeed receive Google Cloud Credits starting from $20,000 that goes up to $100,000 each.
Googles second Launchpad Accelerator has made a created too much echo, and mentee startups across verticals like healthcare, fintech and more went intensive mentorship boot camps offered by Google and industry experts.
Wysa, GenRobotics, MultiBhashi were among other startups during the second Google Accelerator programme.