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A piece of California in Madrid

Recently a new Google Campus for Entrepreneurs has been opened in Madrid. With this new opening Madrid joins London, Tel Aviv and Seoul as one of the locations where Google wants to boost the startup environment and give the necessary tools and mentoring for entrepreneurs.

Campus offers different spaces where people can meet, share their thoughts and maybe start something new. To become a member, you can register for free at:

This will give you a free access to campus coffee. As Google says:

“With free wi-fi, an infectious energy, and lots of fellow founders, the Campus Café is a great place to get things done, take a break, or collaborate with like-minded people”

If you are one of these guys who can’t sleep without thinking on building something new, that’s the place for you to take everyday breakfast.

Once you decided what to do, you can rent a shared workspace with TechHub, Google’s partner that provides you with a Table, Wifi, free coffee and tea and good environment for starting up. Prices ranges from 450€+VAT for year flex subscription on shared tablespace or 245€+VAT/month for your own desk with 24/7 access.

If your business is up and running, you may want to make a presentation or workshop for your customers or partners. Google offers event spaces where you can host your event in friendly atmosphere and with everything needed at your hands. And the best of all this is that it’s FREE, yes, completely FREE (I should mention that it’s quite popular offer so you should book timeframe in advance).

That is just amazing that Google look into Madrid when thinking on entrepreneurship. We know that this company don’t do things without any empiric background and for some reason they thought Madrid is more entrepreneur worthy than other cities. Good news for us and thanks Google for this initiative. See you on Campus!

They’re open Monday – Friday, 9am-7pm

Calle Moreno Nieto, 2 28005 Madrid, Spain

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