The Google for Entrepreneurs Tech Hub Passport Program has officially launched with physical spaces spanning 12 countries.

As members of two Canadian tech hubs in the network, Communitech companies will be able to land at any of the 21 participating hubs, and two Google Campuses. Companies can work for free for up to three days.

Entrepreneurs interested in taking advantage of temporary working space should contact Marylin Ma at for more information. For more on resources offered through the Google for Entrepreneurs partnership, click here.



1871 – Chicago, IL

American Underground – Durham, NC

Capital Factory – Austin, TX

Communitech – Waterloo Region, Canada

Galvanize – Boulder, CO

Galvanize – Denver, CO

Galvanize – San Francisco, CA

Grand Circus – Detroit, MI

Nashville EC – Nashville, TN

Notman House – Montreal, Canada



Astrolab – Dubai, UAE

PASHA – The Nest – Lahore, Pakistan



JoziHub – Johannesburg, South Africa

Co-Creation Hub – Lagos, Nigeria

iSpace Foundation – Accra, Ghana

Outbox – Kampala, Uganda



Fishburners – Sydney, Australia



Campus London – London, UK

Campus Tel Aviv – Tel Aviv, Israel

Factory Berlin – Berlin, Germany

NUMA – Paris, France



Photo: Clockwise from top left, photo composite of announced tech hubs participating in the Google for Entrepreneur Passport program: American UndergroundAstrolabJoziHubNuma ParisFactory Berlin 

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