The mission of Google Campus network has always been connecting startup ecosystems and helping companies expand their activity globally. Google Campus connects London, Tel Aviv, Madrid, Seoul, and the latest one opened in Warsaw. Being the first Campus in CEE, its focusing heavily on boosting the potential of the region. Warsaw by itself is rapidly becoming of the must-visit hubs in CEE, being home to numerous VC funds, coworking spaces and growing its mentors community.
The second edition of Campus Exchange program, which is to happen on June 20th – 24th in Warsaw, is focusing strongly on CEE startups with a mission to help them expand globally. It’s a 5-day immersion program designed to support high potential startups to expand their businesses globally. To help startups from the region go global, Campus Warsaw will be providing teams with tools for market research and export, mentoring with leading industry and domain experts, innovation workshops, and valuable connections. The program is open for any tech startup based in the CEE Region that has launched a product, gained some market traction, and is ready for global expansion.
The first edition of the program was held last December, hosting 7 startups from 6 different countries. Marcin Kowcz, CEO of Monster and Devices, who participated in the first Exchange shared that:
“Thanks to the program, we had the chance to review our business model and exchange experiences with other companies. The most valuable part was individual meetings with mentors, thanks to whom we rebuild our marketing concept. In addition, the fact that we have participated in the program helped to establish contacts overseas. We could take part in CES2016 which was a milestone for us!”
You may learn more about the program and apply on the website of Campus Warsaw! Their team and local community would be happy to welcome you in the local ecosystem.