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We’re embarking on a new chapter for Google for Startups UK with the decision not to reopen our Campus in London. Learn how we’ll continue helping startups here.

Campus London FAQs

What is Google for Startups Campus?

Google for Startups Campuses are physical and virtual hubs where startup founders and teams enjoy unparalleled access to mentorship, education, and trainings from Google and their local startup community. At Campus, we provide free access to events and a community of like-minded startup founders. Currently, Google runs seven Campuses, in London (virtual), Tel Aviv, Seoul, Madrid, São Paulo, Warsaw, and Tokyo.

Where is Campus London?

Campus London is now completely virtual. The GFS UK team will continue delivering programming, remotely and in person, bringing the best of Google’s people, products, and practices to startups across the UK and beyond. Read more here.

Why did Google start Campus?

Google began as a startup in a California garage. Since then, we’ve kept our passion for entrepreneurship. With Campus, we are creating a community space for founders to network, learn, share, and grow.

What is Campus Membership?

Community Membership: this membership is open to anyone and entitles you access to our events and our Slack channel.

What does it mean to be part of the community?

If you register, you'll enjoy our newsletter and invites to virtual programs and events. You can also engage with other community members through our Google for Startups UK Slack channel.

What kind of events do you hold at Campus?

We host virtual events to help startups succeed, ranging from hackathons to conferences, demo days to workshops. For more information, head to our Events page.

Who are your partners at Campus?

Two of Google for Startups’ partners are Seedcamp and Code First: Girls (CFG). Seedcamp invests early in world-class founders solving real-world problems with technology. CFG works to increase the number of women in tech.