What is Campus Tel Aviv?

Campus Tel Aviv is a hub for entrepreneurs and developers located in the heart of The startup nation. We offer a hub for developers and entrepreneurs to attend and organize events with speakers, mentors and other entrepreneurs; a “hack space” and device library to develop and test new ideas; and “Launch-Pad”, a two-week boot camp for early stage start-ups helping with subjects including user experience, product strategy & technology, marketing, business development and more.

Why did Google create Campus?

Google began life as a startup in a garage in California. We want to support promising local entrepreneurs, startups & developers and help promote an agenda of local innovation. Our success will be measured by the success of the startups who use Campus.We also want to promote open source and open standards in the Israeli market, we work closely with the open source community to drive this agenda in Israel.

Campus is yet another incubator?

Campus Tel Aviv is not an incubator, we do not take equity nor give money to startups. We do invest time, resources and facilities to help accelerate start-ups in several ways - we build a community of developers and entrepreneurs, we hold events for developer and entrepreneurship and provide a two-week bootcamp program called Launch-Pad for selected early stage start-ups.

How to apply to the Launch-Pad program?

Launch-Pad is available to selected startups from our partner program. See our partners page for more information.

Where is Campus?

Campus is located near the Google office in Tel Aviv at Electra Tower , 98 Yigal Alon St. Tel Aviv, 6789141, Floor 26th. See map

What sort of events are held at Campus?

Campus hosts developer and entrepreneurship-related events, as well as TechTalks and Speaker Series. Some examples include Google Developer Group Tel Aviv, open source meetups, Seedcamp, etc.

Who are our partners at Campus?

Campus operates on an ‘open source’ model by collaborating with local partners. See our partners page for more information.