Google ties up with TechHub: A New Ray of Hope for Startupsc
American multinational internet technological company joined hands with TechHub, a global community for tech entrepreneurs, announced their international partnership that could boost up Indian tech startups. TechHub concentrates on giving benefits to their members on startups and Google aids TechHub to provide help for a number of tech companies to straighten their enterprises. This partnership could sprout new opportunities for more than 700 startup members of the TechHub around the world including India to grab more opportunities.
Elizabeth Varley, CEO and global co-founder of TechHub said in a statement that TechHub look forward to support huge variety of innovative startups from places like Bangalore to prosper globally. She also added that the partnership with Google will provide them an impeccable platform to start off globally right from the beginning of their enterprises. Google will assist and empower the members of TechHub from locations like Riga, Bucharest, Madrid, Warsaw, London and Bangalore. TechHub’s members spread out in 60 different countries could get access to Google in six international cities.
How does TechHubs partnership with Google benefit its members?
The membership provided by TechHub to its entrepreneurs makes them eligible to manipulate the services and programs available there. The program of TechHub molds the entrepreneurs to face the hurdles on their way to build a successful global tech venture. David Grunwald, head of EMEA partnerships expressed in his statement about the perfect alignment of TechHub’s “community first” values and their focus on aiding founders and startups by providing them with education and program with that of the goals of Google for Entrepreneurs. TechHubs partnership with Google has definitely opened up new doors of opportunities for startups in many developing countries like India.