Google has made it official that it is going to encourage startups by offering a centralized database to make it easier for those getting into business to find related tools. In simple terms, Google is offering a new ‘Startup with Google’ website which is aimed to provide info and resources to those who are about to or in the process of starting a business.
On an initial note, the internet juggernaut is interested in boosting a confidence among tech startups. Then the web search giant will offer a reference database to those involved in science and technology and other varied fields.
In its latest media briefing, Google disclosed that its new website for startups will act as a gateway for users to get to know or start using a number of the Google services and features that are either directly aimed at businesses or ones which businesses could benefit from. This includes services like Google Maps, Google Analytics, Android Studio and Google Hire.
The site will also highlight certain accelerators and events sponsored by Google and hosted by Third Parties.
Google disclosed that its ‘Startup with Google’ will also showcase networks of Campus Coworking spaces and its launchpad accelerator programs.
Google argues that since 2011, startups have raised over $3.9 billion in funding from investors and have created more than 40,000 jobs.
Perhaps it is missing the point that how many of these are still in place and are helping the economy rise in the United States and the whole of the world.
However, those interested in learning more about the website and how it helps to establish a business may type in the following URL startup.google.com to know more.