Carnot are pleased to announce our acceptance into the Google for Startups Campus. Campus Cafe is a great place to get things done, take a break, or collaborate with like-minded people. The program offers early-stage startups access to Google’s best practices and flexible workspace alongside fellow founders. From programming and events to mentoring sessions with Google employees and external advisors which promises to be a vibrant atmosphere full of like-minded people and opportunities for exchange.
Startup Cafe is an opportunity for early-stage startups to get the best of Google’s products, connections, and best practices.
What are the benefits for joining the Startup Cafe?
- Community of like-minded founders: Create opportunities for exchange and growth, connect in person and on the curated Slack channel.
- Startup School workshops: From Google Ads to Machine Learning, the opportunity get to learn from the best of Google.
- Google mentors: 1:1 mentorship opportunity from Google employees and external advisors.
- Curated events calendar:
- Flexible workspace: Access to the co-working space and cafe at Google for Startups Campus (-1 level), working alongside fellow founders and their teams.
Campus Startup Stats
>£39mfunds raised by Campus startups in London in 2017
>£194mfunds raised by Campus startups in London since 2012
4,189people employed by Campus startups in London since 2012
Two of Google for Startups’ partners are based at Campus Seedcamp and Code First: Girls.
Seedcamp is a founder’s first round fund. They invest smart capital into pre-seed and seed stage startups, providing up to €200k and a lifelong platform of learning, network and capital to support the most ambitious founders Code First: Girls works with companies and women to increase the numbers of women in tech. Through free code education, by advising corporates on tech talent processes and policy, and by building a strong community of women committed to championing diversity.