According to a newspaper reports, the company's programme will be heal in Bengaluru which will be a five-day affair staring on November 3 and ending on November 7.

“Launchpad is an exhaustive mentorship programme to help startups build at scale. By next year we want to do this every quarter, and a year from then, we hope to do it every month,” Sunil Rao, country head of the startup programme in Google India, is quoted as saying by the newspaper.

Launchpad began in Israel and over a dozen such programes have been held around the world, including in Brazil. Amit Shevat, Google’s startup outreach programme manager, is expected to be present at the event, along with Googlers from Mountain View and Israel.
Google Launchpad is a pre-incubation program for early stage startups focused on subjects including user interface, product strategy & technology, marketing, business development and presentation skills.

Each day in Google Launchpad is dedicated to a specific subject and includes presentations, one-on-one mentorship, and a lot of focused work. The idea is to achieve rapid progress in a very short time using a lot of resources and mentors experience.