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UK-Based Workspace TechHub Is Bringing Its Partnership With Google To India

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TechHub, the UK-based startup community and workspace is undergoing another phase of Global expansion. The Google for Entrepreneurs program in partnership with TechHub, will now extend into three new countries including India, Latvia and Romania.

TechHub was already involved with India and the community has several members in the country. However, bringing Google into the mix will greatly increase the potential of the workspace towards providing startups with benefits.

Google has been a TechHub sponsor since 2010 and their programs together benefit startups in UK, Spain and England. Indeed, Google helped TechHub with the formation of the Campus London facility in UK. This expansion however, brings companies from Latvia, Romania and India into the same fold too.

blog post on the topic said,

Our shared passion for supporting tech entrepreneurs and startups through the power of community, education and a global network culminates in the announcement of our global partnership, which will extend our collaboration to India, Latvia and Romania.

TechHub members in these countries will now be able to access various Google for Entrepreneurs resources. The benefits offered will include Google’s mentors network and even Google Cloud Platform credit besides other stuff. That is of course, in addition to all the assorted advantages of being part of a vibrant community of like minded people, that the UK based workspace gives its members.

The company is holding a bunch of events to mark its expansion — which take its reach to some 700 startups in 6 countries — with the final event in Bangalore, India on the 22nd of February.

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