Google is to bring its startup campus program to Warsaw this month. The campus will be located in one of the former vodka distilleries of the Polish capital.
The Polish campus will be Google’s fifth startup campus, following openings in London, Tel Aviv, Seoul and Madrid.
At the time of announcing the plans for the Warsaw campus in 2014, Eric Schmidt former CEO of Google stated “We’re proud that the start-up community is growing so dynamically in Poland, also here, in Warsaw. We hope that Warsaw’s Campus will contribute to the growth of many tech companies, strengthen the start-up ecosystem and will boost innovation in Poland”.
“Campus Warsaw will welcome entrepreneurs from all over Poland and be a hub for startups in the Central and Eastern European region,” said an enthusiastic Rafal Plutecki, Head of Warsaw Campus, in a statement released by by the internet giant.
“Our global network provides international connections and opportunities for entrepreneurs, and we can’t wait to lead programs and create amazing content for founders of all kinds,” he continues.
Warsaw Campus will open its doors in the second week of November. To find out more, visit the Warsaw Campus website.