Google Launches Startup with Google: A List of Resources for New Startups
Google has been among the biggest names when it comes to the world of innovation in technology. After years of being at the top, Google is looking forward to give back to the community and help startups organize better. After all, even Google was a startup twenty years ago. Google has launched a new service, Startup with Google to help up and coming startups.
Young entrepreneurs are often unsure of the path they are taking and need guidance. Startup with Google offers is comprised of three parts which will help bring ideas and executions together.
Tools on Startup with Google
This is basically a collection of various Google Services put together which would help young, new entrepreneurs get hold of all the available resources at one place. Google is offering a number of tools for various purposes. Services such as AMP, Analytics, G Suite, etc are easily accessible.
Google’s other services such as the Android Studio, Domain and Hosting, Various APIs, Drive Management, Cloud Printing, Group Management, Hiring tools and much more are listed and made available in just a couple of clicks.
Click here for the complete list of tools at Startup with Google.
Best Practices on Startup with Google
Startup With Google provides a comprehensive list of topics with detailed notes on the ‘best practices’ of running a startup. These include the likes of earning via Google Play, Design Guides and instructions from Google, Partner Podcasts, Market Finder and much more. These help set the ball rolling for young entrepreneurs, giving them the right direction to work at.
Click here to view the list of Best Practices.
Communities on Startup With Google
In addition to providing the young and upcoming entrepreneurs with tools that they’d need, Google also provides them with guidance. Many startups get confused as to the what’s and how’s of running the business due to a lack of experience.
Google has listed a number of official ‘communities’ which will help guide young entrepreneurs. Google states that: Google for Entrepreneurs operates six Campus spaces and partners with dozens of hubs to bring people together, connect them with others, and help launch great startups.
Under the community section in Startup with Google, Google lists down Tech Hubs which are Google Partners, some accelerator programs, as well as some upcoming startup events which the users can attend.
Click here to check out Communities.
Check out the Startup with Google website here.