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Google Mentor Day

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North America’s Google Mentor Day is happening in Toronto, Canada on July 20th and we are now accepting applications. DMZ will host 1:1 meetings with Google experts and startups with 30 minute “speed dating” type mentor sessions.

Event Details

Date: Saturday, July 20th 2019
Time: 1:00-5:00 PM
Location: DMZ Sandbox
                   341 Yonge Street
                   3rd Floor
                   Room 312
Format: Three hours of 30 minute 1:1 meetings (each participating startup will get up to six meetings). Startups will be matched with tailored mentors who will speak to their needs.

Startups will gain advice on the technical challenges they are working through, including:

Machine Learning

Company Mobility Strategy


Google API Integration

Want to participate?

Spots are limited. Apply today for your opportunity to learn from this unique range of Google experts.

Technology covered by our experts:


Web Technologies


Google Cloud Platform


Product Strategy


Machine Learning


Interaction Design

G Suite

G Suite Product


Visual Design


Internet of Things




Sprint Master



User Research

Presented in collaboration

In the coming years, markets outside of Silicon Valley will increasingly impact the global startup and technology ecosystem. And while it’s easier than ever to start a company, access to success methodologies, expert mentors, and ecosystem best practices for building companies remain unevenly distributed.

The “Powered by Google Developers Launchpad” program supports startup ecosystems around the world by organizing top accelerators to share information, access great mentors, and empower local leaders with Google’s global resources.
The DMZ is a leading tech accelerator headquartered in Toronto, Ontario that helps high-potential startups grow and scale to world-class businesses. Also supporting ideation and validation stage startups, the DMZ’s incubator program has been ranked number one in the world by UBI Global. Since 2010, the DMZ has helped 412 startups raise over $605.6 million and foster more than 3779 jobs.