Google introduces ‘Solve for India’ campaign: Aims to empower developers from Tier II cities

Google has announced the new “Solve for India” initiative, especially for tier-2 cities such as Pune, Jaipur, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Kochi, Indore, Nagpur, Nashik, Madurai, Kanpur, and Chennai. This program will aim to support entrepreneurs and developers of the country.

Google said, “The program will provide a platform for developers, entrepreneurs in tier 2 cities to hear from experts and learn about the latest Google technologies and get access to direct mentoring and support from Google.”

Entrepreneurs will now have the opportunity to learn directly from Google engineers who will share product usage insights, how to develop mobile first solutions with strong offline and language capabilities and help them to build solutions in many sectors. Some of the areas will include agri-tech, healthcare, transportation, education, sanitation and more. These developers and entrepreneurs will also have access to the Google Launchpad programme which will help create and accelerate early stage product ideas. The Launchpad program comes with a 6-month mentorship program along with $50,000 equity-free investments. The company also stated that it would provide over $20,000 of Google cloud credits as well.

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