Google is extending its endeavors to draw in with new businesses in Tier Two cities in India, in the wake of running a year-long pilot project through its ‘Solve for India’ program.
The Internet goliath is propelling a three-month India-centered tutoring program for new businesses that are building answers for tackle nation’s nearby needs and issues utilizing innovations like Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning.
Paul Ravindranath G, Program Manager, Launchpad Accelerator, Google India said that they will be selecting 8-10 startups for this program that is expected to be rolled out in the second half of this year. “We have learnt a lot through the pilot in the past one year. We have also built a mentorship network to resolve the challenges faced by these startups.” said Ravindranath.
“This program is for basically for new businesses who have left the base feasible for product expansion and are hoping to scale up their product platform. We’re seeing a considerable measure of business people who are taking care of for neighborhood issues crosswise over divisions like Agriculture, Local language services, Health care, Environment, retail, education, and microfinance” said Karthik Padmanabhan, Developer Relations Lead, Google India. “With this program, our objective is to build a bridge between startups and the industry ecosystem and provide them with the right technology support and mentorship to help them succeed”
Google had declared the Solve for India activity in April a year ago to connect with neighborhood startup business people and engineers in Tier Two cities. At the time, Padmanabhan had revealed to ET that they mean to draw in with no less than 10,000 business visionaries and Technology developers through this activity.
Over the previous year, Google has likewise taken off different commitment activities through its Launchpad tutoring project to connect with new companies at different phases of development. The organization has likewise worked with a grip of high development new businesses as a major aspect of a worldwide ‘Sand Hill’ program to tutor and extend its specialized commitment.