JERUSALEM, Oct. 29 (Xinhua) -- U.S. Internet giant Google is setting up a new campus in Israel to promote the country's startup industry, the financial website Calcalist reported Monday.
The U.S. company rented a six-storey building covering an area of 1,800 square meters in the coastal city of Tel Aviv, and invested millions of U.S. dollars in renovating the building, the report said.
The new campus will be opened on Nov. 4, it added.
The program aims to provide startups at the initial and growing stage with personal support, access to Google products, links to key people and work methods.
The large campus in Tel Aviv will be Google's sixth in the world, along with the ones in Madrid, London, Sao Paulo, Warsaw and Seoul.
Google currently has 1,000 employees in Israel.