Monday, June 9, 2014

A Look Into How Google Ventures Chooses Start-ups & Companies to Invest In

A recent interview with Bloomberg explains what Google executives look for when investing in start-up companies and small businesses.  Google Ventures provides seed, venture, and growth-stage funding to the best companies — not strategic investments for Google.  They have invested in more than 225 companies, including Uber, Nest, and RetailMeNot. They provide these companies unparalleled support in design, recruiting, marketing, and more.

For more information about Google Ventures, check out their website at

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