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Director of Google for Entrepreneurs, +Mary Grove, is chatting with +Startup Grind is being live-streamed now! Tune in on #Periscope 
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Thanks for joining us, +Rodrigo de Alvarenga! 
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8 emerging technologies that could revolutionize the life sciences:

President and Manager Partner of +Google Ventures, Bill Maris, penned a great +Medium piece proposing that health care will soon see a rapid growth in innovation,  much like the pace experienced the computing industry as a result of the invention of the transistor, from any or all of the 8 emerging technologies that he highlights below. Among the technologies that are showing early promise are health care applications of Artificial Intelligence, genetic repair and 3d bioprinting. 

Which health care technologies are most compelling to you? Checkout the post here:
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If you're in the Bay Area next week, join us at Galvanize SF for a great fireside chat with our very own +Mary Grove, Director of Google for Entrepreneur, hosted by +Startup Grind! Mary will discuss trends in entrepreneurship and share insight on how to help cultivate successful #startup communities around the globe. Hope to see you there!  RSVP: 
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Ten rules to consider when thinking about hiring for your company as told by Google's Head of People, Laszlo Bock. From thoughts on perks to pay, we thought this was a great list and one certainly wroth sharing for large and small businesses. 

Do any of these rules particularly resonate with you? Let us know!
Since I first started working, I’ve amassed a random walk of jobs that can best be described as a guidance counselor’s nightmare. Yet in too many of them, the one constant seemed to be that people weren’t being treated the way they deserved to be. In fact, for most people, work was just a means to an end, or worse, a downright miserable experience. We spend more time working than doing anything else in the world. It’s not right that the experience of work, even at some of the best employers, should be so demotivating and dehumanizing.

"Work Rules!" is my attempt to make things better. By sharing experiences from companies that have been successful by putting their people first and the academic research that backs up this approach, my hope is to arm you with the tools you need to improve work everywhere. 

To help you get started, I’ve put together this brief guide with what I believe to be the ten most important rules for developing a healthy, happy and productive workplace. If you find it inspiring, there’s much more in the book at Hope you enjoy! #workrules
We spend more time working than doing anything else in life. Yet for too many people, the experience of work is demotivating and dehumanizing. I don’t think it has to be this way, and I’m willing to bet you don’t either. At Google, we’ve learned a ton about what makes for an enjoyable and productive workplace. We’re not alone – lots of other companies, ranging from grocers (e.g., Wegmans) to textile companies (e.g., the Brandix Group) to Brooklyn...
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+Emilio Rojas, once you click the link try and move your keyboard arrows to the right or click on the arrow below the presentation to view the next slide. That should do the trick! 
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We're pleased to announce the location of Campus Warsaw, our upcoming community space for Polish #startups! The space will be located in a beautiful old vodka factory at the historic Praga Koneser Center, and we're currently looking at opening the space in late 2015. 

Campus Warsaw joins Campus London, Campus Tel Aviv and Campus Seoul as our 4th startup space that we own and operate. Read more about the location in today's +Google Polska blog post: 
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Would like to explore the possibility of establishing a Google Campus here in Louisville, KY. Is there someone to contact about this?
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Cheers to the 18 #startups that embarked on Day 1 of Blackbox Connect yesterday!

One of our closest partners, +blackbox, has gathered an amazing array of entrepreneurial talent from Uganda to Denver to take part in their most recent cohort.

Participating entrepreneurs have moved into a "startup house" in Palo Alto for two weeks, receiving hands-on mentorship from Silicon Valley VCs, founders, designers and more before pitching to an audience of investors! The program is designed to bring awareness, training and connections to entrepreneurs from around the globe and we couldn't be more proud to play a role in it. Meet the startups and learn more about the Blackbox here:
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Nice to see Entrepreneurs with NEW IDEAS,
All of you getting ready to turn the world up side down!!! Its rear to see all the NEW  WOURLD LEADERS in one room,With SMILES from EAR to EAR,and a PAYCHECK to MATCH any male counter part, THE FUSE IS LIT, You RUN with THEM, or GET RUN OVER, GOOD LUCK TO ALL, HAPPY
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Live now: Catch the Google #io15 live-stream keynote here:
Google I/O 2015 brings together developers for an immersive, two-day experience focused on exploring the next generation of technology, mobile and beyond. Join us online or in person May 28-29, 2015. #io15
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15% of the world's population lives with a disability. What is your big idea to help?

Share it with us and leading experts around the world and let's make change:
What if we worked together to create a more accessible world for all?

Today we’re announcing $20 million in grant funding through the Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities. We’re challenging the thinkers, the doers, the builders to create technologies that can make a difference to the one billion people around the world living with a disability.

Together, let’s ask the right questions, find new answers, and build a better world, faster. Join us:
Let’s work together to help change this. The ‘Google Impact Challenge: Disabilities’ aims to expand opportunity and independence for people with disabilities. Click here to take part.
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Just one month away until we open doors at our Spanish #startup  community space, Campus Madrid!

Joining us inside of Campus will be Seedrocket, an amazing accelerator for Spanish startups and TechHub, who will manage the co-working portion of Campus. DO EAT will be managing Campus Cafe, bringing their delicious coffee, juices and snacks to the space. Read more about Campus and opening details here:
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Earlier this year, we announced the Residency in partnership with Code2040, a 3-city Entrepreneur in Residence program in Austin, Chicago and Durham, who will build their #startups  and help make their local tech hubs more inclusive places.

Today, we're hosting the Residents at the Googleplex for a day of mentorship and trainings from our friends at +Google Ventures, People Operations and more! We're on Day 1 of this program and can't wait to see the impact it can have in their communities.  #NextWave  
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How to participate at madrid's Campus next June 22??? Thanks
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Campus Seoul is officially open for business! 

With the local #startup community, we can foster a creative environment for Korean #entrepreneurs  to learn, work and share, and we can't wait to do it!
We’ve just opened the doors at Campus Seoul, our first space for entrepreneurs in Asia, with a little help from President Park →
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The Female Founders edition of BlackBox Connect has just completed its first week in Silicon Valley! Here's a great recap of their experience so far:
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Hi I have an idea to start business but I am in search of right partners for me.if any body willing to do business replay is heavy machineries,transport,plant machines related business
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Google is committed to empowering entrepreneurs around the world through programs, partnerships, and our products.
Google for Entrepreneurs has programs all over the world to foster entrepreneurship, empowering the next generation of innovators to be successful.

Whether it is...
day-long mentorship events for small businesses owners, 
sponsoring Startup Weekend to double their presence around the world, 
free workspace for startups at Campus London,
tech-training for women entrepreneurs in India, 
or using Google products to grow businesses, 
we love working in local communities to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship.

This G+ page is a place to share updates on projects you can participate in, talk about trends we see in business and entrepreneurship, and to hear from you- entrepreneurs around the world! 

Given the volume of feedback we receive here, we may not be able to respond individually to every comment and we're not able to provide product support. Rest assured we're paying attention, and we're always eager to hear from you.