I’m thrilled to share the news that today, 9 months after the launch of our beloved Campus London, Google announced the launch of Campus Tel Aviv, a 1500 square meters floor in the new Google Tel Aviv office, dedicated to entrepreneurs, developers and startups.
Similar to Campus London, Campus Tel Aviv will provide entrepreneurs with co-working and event space, as well as a new pre-accelerator initiative called “Launch Pad” (ask Amir where the name came from if you meet him :-)). The Launch Pad is a two-week “bootcamp” for more than 100 start-ups a year, providing entrepreneurs with skills and mentorship to get them ‘accelerator-ready’ in the very early stages.
Campus Tel Aviv is yet another example of the commitment Google has for supporting entrepreneurship. As the Head of Campus London, I couldn’t be happier with our expanding family, and I look forward to a fruitful collaboration between our “Campuses” and the continuous entrepreneurship ecosystem support via Google for Entrepreneurs. The announcement today is the result of hard work by my Israeli colleagues Amir Shevat, Eyal Miller and Dr Yossi Matias (and a helping hand where needed by the amazing Campus London team).
More news can be found here:
- Google launches Tel Aviv start-up incubator
- More local startup support: After London, Google opens a second ‘Campus’ in Tel Aviv
- Google launches Tel Aviv-based innovation workshop
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