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7 Indian startups to join Google Launchpad Accelerator programme

Tech giant Google today said it has selected seven startups from India that will join the third class of its Launchpad Accelerator programme.

The shortlisted startups from India include an on-demand wardrobe rentals service (Flyrobe), furniture and appliances rental service (RentoMojo) and tutor help service (HashLearn). 65 more words

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Zone Startups India to launch slew of products next year

Startup accelerator Zone Startups India will launch two new accelerator programmes in digital inclusion, smart cities and Internet of Things space (IoT), early next year. 82 more words

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Here's the $20 Billion Reason to Consider Joining a Startup Accelerator

A version of this post titled “The $20 billion reason to join a startup accelerator” originally appeared in the Startup Sunday edition of Data Sheet… 329 more words

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Quora's Co-Founder Is Back In the Startup Game at Y Combinator

“I felt like an old person going back to college to finish their degree,” said Charlie Cheever as he stood in the hall of the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, Calif. 792 more words

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How Accelerators Are Helping Minority Entrepreneurs

This piece originally appeared on BlackEnterprise.com.

Studies show the survival rate of companies that go through an accelerator are three times than that of companies that don’t. 510 more words

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Google's International Startup Program Gets a Home in San Francisco

Google is trying to win the heart of startups, both internationally and in the bay area.

The search giant said on Thursday that it would open office space in San Francisco for participants of its so-called Launchpad Accelerator program for international startups, which is intended to provide help to new companies in areas in the world where access to financial investment or business development resources is scarce. 354 more words

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Fight Club for Entrepreneurs

The jab opened a cut on his opponent’s nose. Like any good fighter, Chris Marks then attacked the wound with a series of blows that sent blood and sweat spewing from his adversary’s face. 409 more words

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