Google is seeking applicants for the seventh cohort of its business accelerator programme in India.


Google: For Indian software firms in the Seed to Series A stage, Google for Startups Accelerator (GFSA) offers a three-month, equity-free accelerator programme. Almost 130 Indian firms’ growth paths have already been accelerated by it.

The tech behemoth Google said on Monday that it would be accepting applications for the seventh batch of its startup accelerator programme in India. This programme is designed to support entrepreneurs that want to take use of the promise of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).

A three-month, equity-free accelerator programme for Seed to Series A IT firms in India is called Google for Startups Accelerator (GFSA). Almost 130 firms in India have used it to speed up their growth thus far.

Google is seeking to fund firms that are centred on utilising the game-changing technologies AI and ML for the upcoming batch.

The tech giant stated in a statement, “We are looking for Indian startups working across different sectors using AI and ML to solve complex problems and tackle the toughest challenges in their industry.

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