Google’s startup support organisation Google for Entrepreneurs has opened applications for its exchange, which brings entrepreneurs from all over the world together and allows them to improve their products, seek advice from experts and meet potential partners and clients.
The Google for Entrepreneurs Exchange is a week-long immersion programme that looks to bridge the gap between startups, experts and new markets.
The company is running four exchanges, each one bringing entrepreneurs from a specific industry or growth stage together at a different tech hub location in the Google for Entrepreneurs network to develop relationships, improve products, and prepare for investor meetings.
A Fashion Tech exchange will be hosted by Campus London, with applications open until October 9 for the programme beginning on November 23. Startups can apply by October 14 for the Travel & Tourism exchange hosted by Astrolabs in Dubai from December 5, while the Scale UP exchange will be hosted by Galvanize in San Francisco. Campus Seoul will host a Gaming exchange in November.
“Startups are provided with work space in the tech hubs, attend programmed events and workshops, and are given opportunities to meet with high quality mentors and investors,” Google for Entrepreneurs said.