A new Space For Startups In San Francisco
Today we are opening our new Space for startups in San Francisco.
I can see that you are asking, what?
Well, it is a place to explore the latest technologies and learn how to build successful startups. It a great feeling to build new things and especially when you have the chance to dream about something and than move it forward so it become a reality. I am excited about this place, as it will give us a good option to help more and learn more.
Look below who open it…
We are going to have quite a lot of events in it. The types of events that we will run are:
Tech Talks — Most of them will be presented by Googlers on a range of technical topics such as machine learning, Android, progressive web apps (PWA), containers, and accelerated mobile pages (AMP).
Codelabs — Google Developers Codelabs provide a guided, hands-on coding experience. Topics include Android Wear, Google Compute Engine, Project Tango, and Google APIs on iOS.
Mentor Hours — 1-to-1 mentoring sessions by product experts from across Google to tackle specific challenges and help identify potential solutions. Mentorship and expertise is offered in the following areas:
- Startup problem-solving
- General technical assistance, from building apps to integrating machine learning
- Product assistance for Google Cloud Platform, Firebase, Android, Chrome, Design, and more
Launchpad events — Launchpad is a mentorship-based global startup program. We work with startups through a range of tailored events, from accelerator bootcamps to technical training. Since 2011, Launchpad has delivered over 50,000 hours of mentoring to startups in more than 25 countries.
Design Sprints — We will run design sprint to help startups execute better. It is a battle-tested rapid process for answering critical business questions through design, prototyping, and testing ideas with customers. Good fun.
So the main call for action here is simple — Come and join the party.
We are at 301 Howard Street, 4th Floor, San Francisco.
Here are few photos I took just before the ‘official’ opening.
Originally published on Ido Green