Your gateway to global growth
Designed for you to succeed

Designed for you to succeed

Campus Residency is a four month program for growth-stage startups, offering personalised support and unique access to Google resources, experts, and global connections. It aims to support the strategic and measurable growth of their business at a global level.

We’re looking for globally minded, innovative and high potential startups on a mission to drive positive change. We welcome change makers from across all industries who are solving social and environmental problems with the use of technology.

The Program

Highlights for participating startups
Access to experts from Google

Meet and learn from functional experts in UX design, product management, sales and hiring from Google Spain and around the globe.

Growth education

Join workshops, mentoring, and other educational sessions tailored to your growth needs.

Google methodologies

Learn best practices from Google for goal setting and measurement, and work with the Campus team to define your startup’s objectives for the program.

Google for Entrepreneurs Passport

Work flexibly not only from our other Campuses, but also over 30 partner spaces around the globe.

Join a community and a support network

Network with the best of the Campus community, including other founders, industry leaders, and Googlers, at invite-only roundtables and events.

Place to work

Work alongside other Residency startups at our dynamic Campus for four months.

Cost and Equity Free

Residency is cost and equity free. All we ask of our founders is that they engage fully in the program, and share what they’ve learnt so far with our broader Campus community.

Meet our Alumni
Meet our Alumni

"We seized all the opportunities we had during Campus Residency. From working with top-level mentors that helped us monetize our product, to attract investors, or find the right talent we needed for our team. Having Google support increases your credibility and makes things move forward faster."

-Laurence Fontinoy, CEO & Cofounder of WOOM

The Program

Highlights for participating startups
Meet our Alumni
Meet our Alumni

"We seized all the opportunities we had during Campus Residency. From working with top-level mentors that helped us monetize our product, to attract investors, or find the right talent we needed for our team. Having Google support increases your credibility and makes things move forward faster."

-Laurence Fontinoy, CEO & Cofounder of WOOM

Who should apply

Who should apply

Applications are open to all our members. They will be evaluated based on the criteria below by a panel of venture capitalists, Googlers, and the Campus team.

This two stage process involves an online application and interviews for shortlisted startups.

We’re looking for startups who are:
  • Committed to creating a world that works for everyone;
  • On a mission to improve an industry sector or business function while using cutting edge technology;
  • Building a unique, disruptive, and scalable product or service;
  • Working full time with a small group of passionate and diverse team members;
  • Looking to scale internationally;
  • Demonstrating traction and market demand, ideally between Seed and Series A stage.
  • Willing to give back by contributing a portion of their time back to the Campus community;
  • Ready to commit the founding team to fully attend the program at Campus Madrid

Who should apply

Applications are open to all our members. They will be evaluated based on the criteria below by a panel of venture capitalists, Googlers, and the Campus team.

This two stage process involves an online application and interviews for shortlisted startups.

We’re looking for startups who are:
  • Committed to creating a world that works for everyone;
  • On a mission to improve an industry sector or business function while using cutting edge technology;
  • Building a unique, disruptive, and scalable product or service;
  • Working full time with a small group of passionate and diverse team members;
  • Looking to scale internationally;
  • Demonstrating traction and market demand, ideally between Seed and Series A stage.
  • Willing to give back by contributing a portion of their time back to the Campus community;
  • Ready to commit the founding team to fully attend the program at Campus Madrid
Key dates

Applications are now closed for the second edition of our Campus Residency program in Madrid. A new application process will be open by September 2018.

Key dates

Applications are now closed for the second edition of our Campus Residency program in Madrid. A new application process will be open by September 2018.

Our Alumni

The first class of Campus Residency was at Campus São Paulo in 2016, and the program has expanded to London, Madrid, Seoul, and Warsaw. Each Campus tailors the program to the needs of the local startup ecosystem. We're now working with the second class of residents at Campus Madrid. Discover who they are below.

$23,351,077

funding raised by Resident startups worldwide in 2017

406

jobs created by Resident startups worldwide in 2017

Our Alumni

The first class of Campus Residency was at Campus São Paulo in 2016, and the program has expanded to London, Madrid, Seoul, and Warsaw. Each Campus tailors the program to the needs of the local startup ecosystem. We're now working with the second class of residents at Campus Madrid. Discover who they are below.

$23,351,077

funding raised by Resident startups worldwide in 2017

406

jobs created by Resident startups worldwide in 2017

Campus Residency Class #2
Meet our Alumni

Carlos Jiménez, CEO & Cofounder of Valeet

Meet our Alumni

"The Campus team introduced me to half the Spanish ecosystem, from corporates, investors, partners… That has an amazing impact.
We also got personal access to Google decision makers. Having Google account managers working together with my team to improve our data and results. They gave us the information to become the 10x startup we’re now."

Carlos Jiménez wanted to improve mobility inside cities, and started Valeet to offer a personal parking service to help people avoid wasting time when parking. They started as a team of 3 working at Campus Madrid's Cafe in 2015. They had just arrived from the US, where they spent last 4 years, and didn’t know the Spanish startup ecosystem. After a few months of attending events and making new connections at Campus, they were selected to join Campus' partner accelerator SeedRocket. In 2017 they were selected for the first edition of Campus Residency in Madrid.

During the six-month Campus Residency program, they were able to redefine their business model thanks to learnings acquired during Campus Experts Summit, they increased their booking numbers by 4,400%, their revenue by 4,660, and are now a global company with a team of 30.


Find out more about Valeet
Campus Residency Class #2
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Meet our Alumni

Carlos Jiménez, CEO & Cofounder of Valeet

Carlos Jiménez wanted to improve mobility inside cities, and started Valeet to offer a personal parking service to help people avoid wasting time when parking. They started as a team of 3 working at Campus Madrid's Cafe in 2015. They had just arrived from the US, where they spent last 4 years, and didn’t know the Spanish startup ecosystem. After a few months of attending events and making new connections at Campus, they were selected to join Campus' partner accelerator SeedRocket. In 2017 they were selected for the first edition of Campus Residency in Madrid.

During the six-month Campus Residency program, they were able to redefine their business model thanks to learnings acquired during Campus Experts Summit, they increased their booking numbers by 4,400%, their revenue by 4,660, and are now a global company with a team of 30.


Find out more about Valeet
Meet our Alumni

"The Campus team introduced me to half the Spanish ecosystem, from corporates, investors, partners… That has an amazing impact.
We also got personal access to Google decision makers. Having Google account managers working together with my team to improve our data and results. They gave us the information to become the 10x startup we’re now."

Questions

For any questions, please contact us at madrid-support@campus.co

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