Check out these 15 startups that Google has asked to enroll
Google announced the launch of its seventh edition of Google for Startups Accelerator (GFSA) for Southeast Asia and Pakistan. The accelerator will select up to 15 seed-stage and Series A startups, with a focus on fintech, healthtech, retail, and ecommerce.
Google is offering a three-month mentorship program to help startups. The initiative provides startups with the best of Google’s resources, including Google mentors, a network of contacts and cutting-edge technology.
Google’s first launch of the Google for startups program helped 90 new startups, which have then gone on to raise over $5.4 billion in funding and create jobs across Southeast Asia and Pakistan.
Pakistan is the country of origin of DeafTalk, which has a notable alumni. Their products, such as their accessibility solutions for deaf people including online sign language interpretation, audio-video translation and sign language training are well recognized.
Google Launchpad helps startups receive the high-quality mentorship and training needed to grow their business. Mentors will come from Google’s global network, and startups will have access to Google’s best in AI, machine learning, cloud, Android and web experts.
Applications close for the latest Google Foundation Startup Awards on October 7, 2022. They will provide funding, products and technical expertise to nonprofits that are addressing humanitarian issues. The platform considers contributors who have a significant impact on their communities that also have the potential to produce change.