Last year, Victoria’s Audette and Vancouver’s Goose Insurance were two BC startups among 12 across Canada for Google’s first Cloud Accelerator in the country.
Earlier this year Google called upon Canadian startups once again to wrangle a second cohort for its popular Cloud Accelerator, a 10-week virtual program offering Canadian startups in the cloud an opportunity to access Google programs, products, and mentors.
Ad Auris is an end-to-end audio creation platform used by digital publications to convert their written work into great-sounding audio. Tiggy is a grocery delivery service on a mission to forever change the way we buy everyday essentials.
These lucky startups, and the rest of the cohort, will receive cloud mentorship and technical support from Googlers, as well as workshops on product design, customer acquisition, and leadership development.
“We are looking forward to building connections with many of Canada’s top startups to share ideas and continue to grow our own technical knowledge,” said Eugene Bisovka, cofounder of Tiggy. “We’re also excited to try Google technologies that we haven’t used yet for improving our own order batching algorithm.”
Programming for the Google Cloud Accelerator Canada begins April 11.