A three-month virtual accelerator designed for tech startups across Europe and Israel who are using technology to solve the challenges we face today. Our current class will be focused on healthcare and wellbeing.
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About the program
About the program
Google for Startups Accelerator: Europe is a three-month accelerator program for the most promising European tech startups. The upcoming cohort will concentrate on helping tech startups working in healthcare and wellbeing.
This program is focused on helping startups in Europe to prevent economic slowdown in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The accelerator is designed to bring the best of Google's programs, products, people and technology to startups that leverage machine learning and AI in their company today or plan to in the future.
In addition to mentorship and technical project support, the accelerator also includes deep dives and workshops focused on product design, customer acquisition, and leadership development for founders.
Three months of equity-free support
Mentoring from 20+ Google teams
Training on design, marketing, and leadership
Support on company and product strategy
Google product credits for your tech stack
Early access to new Google products and tools
Access to experts
Access to Google's network of industry experts
Technical project partnership
Partnership on an advanced technology project
Frequently asked questions
High potential startups with growing teams (10+ people), post SEED, solutions based on Google Cloud Platform, or have the potential to leverage Google products / technical expertise (e.g., cloud, leveraging large data sets, AI, and / or Machine Learning). Applicants should be headquartered in Europe or Israel.
The Google for Startups Accelerator: Europe will kick off on October 5th, 2021 and will end in the graduation ceremony held on December 9th, 2021.
The accelerator runs for a period of 3 months in an online format. Participating startups receive deep mentorship on technical challenges and leadership best practice.