Tech startup GreedyGame has recently got selected to participate in Google for Entrepreneurs’ Blackbox Connect program to participate in 2 week Silicon Valley immersion program. The startup got chosen from a pool of more than 1500 technology startups that applied to NASSCOM’s 10,000 Start-ups program. The GreedyGame team would be joining 16 more tech startups which have also been selected for the program from 15 nations.
GreedyGame is a native in-game advertising platform which empowers game developers to localize game dynamics based on events, locations and time. Furthermore, it also contextualizes in-game brand placement for game monetization.
The startup was part of 5th batch of Tlabs accelerator program after getting shortlisted in NASSCOM’S 10,000 Startups program.
Arpit Jain, Co-founder – GreedyGame said – “Blackbox connect is a great opportunity for us to be exposed to Silicon Valley culture, work with startups from around the world and learn from their experiences. Also, it would be a chance for us to introduce our venture to mentors, investors and industry experts and take their feedback while moving forward on our product.”
“The Blackbox entrepreneur network is now thriving in more than 45 countries worldwide. With each new program we become more energized to pursue our mission of empowering startups and entrepreneurs globally that might otherwise not have the chance, to learn and benefit from the startup ecosystem in Silicon Valley.” said FadiBishara, Founder & CEO of Blackbox Connect.
Astia, Astrolabs, Campus London, Campus Tel Aviv, Communitech, Factory, Kstartup, NASSCOM 10,000 Startups, P@SHA, Enterprise Ireland, Fishburners, and iHub nominated their best startups for Blackbox Connect Program. Startups from the UK, Kenya, Canada, Pakistan, Germany, South Korea, Ireland, Palestine, India, Israel, Egypt, Australia, United Arab Emirates, Scotland and France will be participating in the Fall cycle.
With wide global community across 45 countries, Blackbox Connect is building a league of entrepreneurial leaders to catalyze and inspire progressive entrepreneuship back in their own countries. The 16 tech startups will be empowered with the aggressive startup environment of Silicon Valley during the program.
Blackbox has also partnered with Google for Entrepreneurs in the #40Forward to increase the participation of women founders in their startup eco-system. This time 7 out of the 16 companies selected have been co-founded by women.
At the end of the program, in mid-October, the tech ventures will get a chance to pitch angel investors, venture capitalists, corporations and other influential industry leaders. The Demo Day will take place at Google headquarters in Mountain View, CA.