Starting a new business can be daunting, and it’s difficult for the digital native startups out there to find the technical expertise and financial resources they need to succeed. If you’re one of them, you know that from day one you’re burning your startup funding on the cloud resources you need to start and scale.
By offering cloud credits, technical support, and mentorship, Google for Startups Cloud Program allows you to access cloud infrastructure and tap into the expertise of industry professionals. The company claims that the program helps to bridge the gap between startups and the resources they need to grow their businesses. But how does it work?
We’re going to find out in this Regcast because Tim Phillips is talking to Anne Laure Monier, Frezy Vampe and Geoffrey Coppin from Nanaba, a startup based in France that has been using the program to rapidly build its two-year-old business. We will find out:
- How Nanaba started with Google Cloud
- How it has used the program
- Plans to scale up with Google for Startups Cloud Program
Scaling your business with Google for Startups Cloud Program
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