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Google launches Autumn Adopt A Startup Programme in Ireland

Written by Robert McHugh, on 5th Sep 2017. Posted in Technology

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It was announced yesterday that a 30 strong cohort of successful start-ups will be taking part in Google's Autumn Adopt A Start programme which starts on the 8th September. 

The 30 start-ups will undergo an intensive 12 week mentoring programme by experienced Google employees and attend an exclusive programme of lectures and workshops at the company’s EMEA Headquarters in Dublin.
 
At the end of the programme, eight successful startups will also get the opportunity to showcase the improvements in their business as a result of the programme and to pitch their business plans to members of Google Ireland’s leadership team, as well as prominent figures from the Irish startup community. 

The winning startup will receive €10,000 in AdWords credit as well as eligibility for the Google Cloud programme which comes with $100,000 Google Cloud credit.
 
Start-ups from Clare, Limerick, Louth, Wexford, Dublin, Cork, Wexford, Mayo, Galway and Kilkenny have been selected for the programme with businesses ranging from data analytics, frozen food and jewellery to aircraft asset management and dog toys. 
 
Speaking yesterday, Head of Google Ireland’s start-up programme, Paddy Flynn said, "The calibre of participants in this year’s Autumn programme is very strong, further demonstrating the vibrancy of Ireland’s startup community.  Over one third of companies in our Autumn programme are from outside Dublin, which is great to see. For many years in Google we have been describing the internet as an economic growth engine with the potential to deliver jobs to local  communities across Ireland and we are seeing that reality in the companies in our Adopt A Startup programme."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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