In November this year, Google India would be conducting a weeklong mentorship bootcamp called Launchpad for 25 startups. Under the program which would conducted at Google’s Bangalore office, Google India’s employees would mentor the selected startups on topics like marketing, design thinking and business development on a one-on-one basis.

Google already runs a similar program in Israel and plans to launch it in Brazil and Tokyo as well. Google is the principal sponsor of the 10,000 Start-ups program and would be taking some companies from the pool of 10,000 Start-ups shortlists from phase 3.

If you want to apply for this program, submit your company on www.10000startups.com before 31st July’14.

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