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On Campus – where start-ups learn how to grow


On Campus – where start-ups learn how to grow

Eze Vidra, Head of Campus, Google

Google, one of the world’s largest corporations today, began from a garage. The company still values start-ups and what they can contribute both to the economy and in terms of finding technology solutions to specific problems.

Google Campus in London is an environment for new start-ups to grow organically alongside others. The mentoring schemes and the connections provided to investors and new talent are what entrepreneurs find very attractive about the Campus.

Head of Campus Eze Vidra spoke exclusively to euronews during LeWeb London on how to support start-ups and what their role and relevance is in today’s economic climate.

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