By ET Bureau - June 06, 2022 1 Mins Read
With the provision of further early-stage financial support for bootstrapped firms and new “Start-up School” training for company founders, Google Cloud is building on the original success of its Google for Start-ups Cloud Program.
The announcements were revealed at the second annual Google Cloud Start-up Summit, which began today. They follow the company’s January launch of the program. Start-ups can seek to have Google cover their cloud computing costs for the first two years of their firm, up to 100,000 USD per year, under the Google for Start-ups Cloud Program.
Google is expanding this with a new series of monthly workshops that will focus on more particular areas like data analytics and application development.
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