The tech giant will focus particularly on issues such as mentorship, recruiting difficulties, access to networks, and finance which can be difficult for female founders for a number of social reasons including poor representation.
Google unveiled the first cohort of the “Google for Firms Accelerator-India Women Founders” on Monday, consisting of 20 women-founded or co-founded startups that were chosen from around 400 submissions.
The tech giant will focus particularly on issues such as mentorship, recruiting difficulties, access to networks, and finance that can be difficult for female founders for a number of social reasons including poor representation.
The program will also feature workshops and support for topics like as AI/ML, Cloud, UX, Android, Web, product strategy, and growth, according to the business. It will also give access to a global community of female founders.
Aspire for Her, Brown Living, CoLLearn Education, Commudle, Dubverse, Elda Health, Fitbots, and other firms were among those chosen.
According to Google, “this program is part of a bigger push towards enhancing the participation of women across diverse areas of India’s digitally-trained workforce – be it entrepreneurship, professionals wishing to upskill, or fresh graduates seeking to get a head start on their career.”
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