2018 GBG Stories Search
Are you using Google products to do extraordinary things? Has technology enabled you to start new ventures, grow your business, or affect the lives of those around you in a positive way? Would you like your story shared around the world?
We want to hear from you! Share your story for the chance to be featured here on the GBG website and to win a business mentoring trip to Google HQ in Mountain View, California. Terms & Conditions
Closing date 30 Nov 2018
Meet Poleen, owner of Cafe Yagam, who wanted to share her indigenous culture with people all over the Philippines and the rest of the world through food and coffee.
Meet Ryan, founder of Virtualahan, a platform that helps disadvantaged people overcome employment barriers. Virtualahan provides meaningful digital work to people with medical, physical and psycho- social disabilities in developing countries.
Meet Maximilian, founder of Riliv, an Android app and website that anonymously connects users to certified psychologists no matter where they are. The next step? Expanding to reach more of the 48 million people in Asia suffering from depression.
Meet Manish, MD of Khalti, a mobile and digital payment solution geared to address the unique needs of Nepali people, many of whom are coming online for the first time.
Pasienia is a social platform for patients to get support from other patients that are suffering the same illness, as well as from medical experts to help ensure the knowledge shared is factually correct.
Reblood aims to solve the blood supply problem in Indonesia by making it easier for people to donate blood. The system provides a list of blood donation events, reminders, and also fun gamification to increase more blood donations.
Croquetero is an online pet food supply social enterprise that donates food for dogs and cats living in responsible animal shelters for every purchase made by clients.
Mogo Reader is a Sri Lankan Android mobile news app that aggregates and categorizes local stories in local languages, making them available to those with limited access to news outlets.
Two entrepreneurs who met at a local startup event leveraged Google’s enterprise suite to create Nepal's first restaurant discovery, booking and deal-finding app - Yellow Nepal. The next step on their roadmap is to go global!
Imagina na Copa
Imagina na Copa is a collective of social entrepreneurs in Brazil using Google Maps to help mobilize local youth and motivate them to drive positive change in the country.