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Google continues push to sign up Europe's best startups as customers

Sam Shead | Nov. 14, 2014
Google has partnered with European business accelerator Startupbootcamp in a bid to get more of the continent's fastest growing tech companies using its cloud products.

One company set to benefit from Google's partnership with Startupbootcamp is online insurance software vendor Insly.

"This deal is literally like being handed $100,000 of free cash," according to Insly founder Ando Kivilaid. "We estimate these Google Cloud Platform credits will support our cloud application hosting for up to a year. More important is the support we receive from Google staff here in London - they have been extraordinarily helpful."

Several other firms with large cloud platforms, such as Amazon, IBM Softlayer and Rackspace, are also offering startups free credit to use on their cloud platforms.

 

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