When it comes to entrepreneurship, it goes without saying that Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) knows a thing or two. While this may be one of the largest and most profitable companies in the world today, don’t forget where it all started. In the early days of the search engine giant, who would have thought the company would be going head to head with some of the most powerful names in the tech industry (check out one battle here).
Google recently published this blog post on its official blog: Two weeks in Silicon Valley: Startups from many nations join together at Blackbox
Here is what you need to know about this story, as well as what Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is doing to serve the entrepreneur community at the present time:
“One of our goals is to connect our thriving partner network of entrepreneur communities worldwide with one another, and back to Silicon Valley. Today we’re taking another step in that direction with a partnership with Blackbox, a global startup accelerator.”
As you can see, Google is always looking for ways to help others. The company does not shy away from this. This partnership with Blackbox will go a long way in helping many others realize their dream of starting a company and building it from the ground up.
Here is more about the program taking place right now:
“Google for Entrepreneurs is teaming up to power Blackbox Connect’s summer 2013 program. Several of our partners around the world have each nominated a top startup from their program, and eight startups have just arrived for the program kickoff today. Over the course of the next two weeks, they’ll receive pitch coaching, hear from over a dozen founders and investors, pitch their companies to the Silicon Valley community, even cook and dine together.”
Is it possible that one of the eight companies participating in this event is going to be the next Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)? This may be big shoes to fill, but it is entirely possible – especially with all of the tools these companies will have at their disposal.
Once again, Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) is showing it cares about the rest of the world. The company is always doing its part in helping others, and this time around it is entrepreneurs, eight companies in particular, that are in position to take advantage.