Grow with Google Program : Google said that it has so far trained 85 lakh micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in the Asia-Pacific region through its Grow With Google Programs and Partnerships. has done. Google further said that over the next year and beyond, we will further improve our program to support small businesses and launch new ones.
Scott Beaumont, President of Asia Pacific at Google, said that by increasing the reach of Google Career Certificates, it will help MSMEs (Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises) with demand-developing skills such as IT support, data analytics and user experience design. will provide assistance. By doing this, Google will also help MSMEs to find skilled people who are needed by Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises.
Beaumont also said that they also have developer programs in India like Appscale Academy which is in partnership with MeitY Startup Hub. This app will continue to provide support to the makers so that they keep moving forward globally. He also cited the example of health-technology startup Stamurai to illustrate his point. Google also said that they are offering free scholarships for Google certificates in partnership with educational institutions and non-profits in India, Indonesia and Singapore.
Google’s president of Asia Pacific said it plans to provide similar opportunities in more countries soon. In 2022 alone, Google has provided more than 250,000 scholarships in the Asia Pacific region. In Thailand, Google’s ‘Saphan Digital’ program has trained more than 1 lakh small businesses, while the ‘Accelerate Vietnam Digital 4.0’ program has trained 650,000 people. According to Beaumont, Google is going to continue to support nonprofits to ensure that opportunities to learn new skills are equal. For information, let us tell you that since 2019, Google.org through its philanthropic arm has contributed more than $ 11 million in grants that support MSMEs.
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