With the Digital India initiative gaining momentum, Google has launched a website to track the country's progress. The search giant is collaborating with small and medium businesses (SMBs) in the country to get their businesses online, stating that it has thus far assisted 20 million SMBs in gaining an Internet presence through the Google My Business initiative.
From Rajan Anandan, VP & Managing Director, Google SEA and India:
Google has also mentioned that it will provide $20 million worth of cloud-based services to startups in the country:
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