The Polish Google Campus, which will be based in Warsaw’s Praga district in Centrum Praskie Koneser, officially started operating on November 19, yet it will be open for start-ups from CEE since November 23. Google will lease 1,600 sqm at ul. Ząbkowska 27/31.
“The future growth of Europe is based on entrepreneurship and innovation. Campus Warsaw is our next step in helping Poland and the CEE region to thrive in these two areas. It will be a new business space for entrepreneurs looking for knowledge, global networking opportunities and support in building companies which might change the world,” said Matt Brittin, the head of Google Europe.
The Google Campus is a place where young entrepreneurs canrent offices to develop their innovative start-ups. It is equipped with fast broadband internet, office supplies, coffeehouses, etc. Google also plans to organize workshops, conferences and meetings with inspirational people.
Currently, there are two Google Campuses in the world – in London and Tel Aviv. The next three are being built in Madrid, Seoul and Sao Paulo.
Free registration at campus.co/warsaw/en is already underway.