Tuesday August 4, 2020

Google announces Adopt a Startup line-up

2nd June, 2019
Paddy Flynn, director at Google

Fifteen Irish start-ups received a welcome boost from Google last month after being accepted on to Google’s Adopt a Start-up Programme. They will now have the opportunity to work closely with Google executives and identify how they can more quickly scale their businesses for growth, both in Ireland and internationally. Previous alumni who have gone on to expand into global markets include FoodCloud, Jobbio, Beats Medical and CoderDoJo.

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