On Wednesday, Google India announced the opening of Startup School, which would mentor 10,000 companies in tier II and III cities throughout the nation.
The goal of Startup School is to provide early-stage startup owners with the resources, products, and information that expanding businesses require. It consists of a series of guided online trainings.
The course material will include learning modules on topics like formulating a successful product strategy, delving deeply into product user value, developing a roadmap and product requirements document, creating apps for the next billion users in markets like India, accelerating user acquisition, and many more.
Fireside conversations involving Google leaders and trailblazing partners from throughout the startup ecosystem, including financial, D2C, B2B, and B2C e-commerce, language, social media and networking, and job search, will also be a part of the nine-week programme.
"There will also be opportunities for founders to gain orthogonal insights from discussions around what makes an effective founder, formalising hiring and more," Karthik Padmanabhan, Developer Relations Program Manager Lead and Aditya Swamy, Director - Play Partnerships, wrote in a blogpost.