Google for Startups Campus is located in the heart of Madrid, Moreno Nieto, 2, 2805, Madrid. Check it out on this Map.
How do I get there?
Bus: C1 or C2 (Ronda de Segovia-Segovia) Metro: Principe Pio (Line 10), La Latina (Line 5) or Opera (Line 2)
When’s Campus open?
The Campus reception and Campus Cafe are open Monday-Friday, 9am-9pm. We also open for events on nights and weekends.
Events at Campus
What kind of events do you hold at Campus?
Campus hosts a wide variety of startup and entrepreneurship-related events and programs such as practical educational classes, talks, mentoring sessions and much more.
At Campus we host our own events and we also lend our event spaces
How does the co-working space at Campus work?
At Campus you can find 2 different co-working areas:
The Cafe area, operated by Do Eat, is free to registered members of Campus and open Mon-Fri, 9am-9pm.
We also have a resident's area on the 2nd and 3rd floor at Campus, where the resident startups from our Google for Startups Residency program and the ones hosted by our partner accelerators, Seedrocket and Tetuan Valley, have their own private space. To become a Google for Startups Resident, you can apply to our Residency program or the startup schools from Seedrocket or Tetuan Valley.
Why did Google start Campus?
Google began as a startup in a garage and we’re passionate about helping entrepreneurs succeed. We believe in the convening power of physical space, so we create Campuses – hubs where entrepreneurs can discover a supportive community, get to work on their big idea, and gain access to critical resources like mentorship and technical training. Entrepreneurs build transformative products that can solve some of our biggest challenges. These same entrepreneurs also create jobs, strengthen economies, and improve the web.
Who are your partners at Campus?
Campus operates on an ‘open source’ model by collaborating with partners from the global startup ecosystem.
At Google for Startups Campus in Madrid we have 2 resident accelerators: Seedrocket and Tetuan Valley.
Coworking at Campus
Who’s based at Campus?
How much does it cost to rent a desk at Campus?
Nothing! Membership of Campus is free.
The Campus Cafe is open for all registered Campus members and the private resident area is offered to the startups selected for our Campus Residency program and our partner accelerators with no cost.
Who chooses who becomes a resident at Campus?
To become Google for Startups Residents, startups need to apply to our program and go through a selection process done by the Google for Startups team and a committee made of experienced founders, investors and experts.
Startups hosted by our partner accelerators are selected by Seedrocket's and Tetuan Valley's teams through the application process for their respective startup schools.
Cafe space is open to all Campus registered members and no selection process is needed.
Why should I sign up for Campus membership?
Register online with Campus and you automatically join the Campus community. You can work for free in the Cafe, jump on our fast free wi-fi, and get early access to valuable programs and events at Campus.
Who can use the cafe?
Anyone who's registered online with Campus is free to use the Cafe.
What will you find at Campus?
A Campus Cafe: Entrepreneurs can work (for free) at the Campus Cafe. Fast wi-fi, a bustling energy, and lots of like-minded founders make the Campus Cafe a great place to have a meeting, work for the day, or meet people from the tech community. Local coffee experts run each Campus Cafe, selling fresh coffee and healthy food options to fuel great work. Coworking Space: Each Campus has a beautiful workspace with desks, private offices, and conference rooms for individual entrepreneurs and to growing startups. We have our own Residency program and we also partner with existing coworking organizations which manage the coworking space and rent space on a short-term or long-term basis. Community Event Space: Each Campus features a large event space, which is in nearly constant use. This event space is a community asset: anyone can apply to host their startup event there at no cost. We also host our own programs (like technical speakers and our Campus for Moms program) in the main event spaces. Classrooms & Training Rooms: Education is critical to a thriving startup community. Campus has classrooms for entrepreneurs to attend trainings of all kinds. We also offer these spaces to accelerator groups to host their curriculum. Community Partner Offices: Campus is a central hub for the local startup community. Partners including local accelerators and global startup organizations often maintain offices at Campus, where they can be close to the heart of the local startup scene and meet with entrepreneurs daily.
Where are the Campuses?
We have Google for Startups Campuses in London, Tel Aviv, Seoul, Madrid, Warsaw, Sao Paulo.
How does Google decide where to open Campuses?
Google selects Campus locations where there is a strong and growing local startup ecosystem and we have a sizable Google office to support those entrepreneurs with mentorship, speakers, and training.
Does Google have plans to expand the number of Campuses?
We are always evaluating new opportunities to contribute to startup communities around the world. We do this through our own Google-run spaces like Campus, and through partner-led spaces like NUMA in Paris, and Fishburners in Australia, as well as through our tech hub network in North America.
What is the cost of Campus membership?
Nothing! Membership of Campus is free. Nearly all of the events held at Campus are also free.
Do startups have to use Google technologies to be a part of Campus?
Not at all. We welcome startups using all platforms and technologies, and host events focused on a vast array of products and platforms.
How does Campus work with other startup organizations?
Events at Campus
What sort of events are held at Campus?
How else do you intend to contribute to other cities in the country?
We look forward to collaborating with startup communities around each Campus country by livestreaming high quality training and education, hosting events for a variety of different communities, and extending the geographic reach of some Campus programs like our mentorship and training sessions. Entrepreneurs from anywhere are welcome to work (for free!) out of the Campus Cafe when they are in town.
Is Campus an accelerator or incubator?
No, Campus is not an accelerator or incubator. We support a selected group of startups through our Campus Residency program and we also partner with and often host strong accelerator and education groups to bring the best of the startup community to Campus.
Why isn’t Google directly investing in the startups?
The Google for Startups team invests in entire startup communities, but not individual startups. We invest heavily in our programs, as well as the Campus buildings and their renovations.