We offer a 72,000 square foot campus at the epicenter of Silicon Valley, along with diverse programs to help innovators thrive. We empower a community of founders, mentors, corporate innovators, universities and government development agencies who are redefining the future.
NestGSV is honored to announce its partnership with the GIST Network (GIST Net). Part of the State Department’s Global Innovation through Science and Technology (GIST) initiative, GIST Net is poised to be the go-to resource to effectively guide innovators and entrepreneurs as they develop businesses and build their local economies. This user-driven online interactive network […]
GMIC SV 2014 will be the center of the global mobile ecosystem for three days next month. The largest mobile conference in Silicon Valley will be held Dec. 1-3 at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco, and NestGSV is a corporate sponsor. This year’s theme of Mobilizing the Next 5 Billion will explore industry […]
Here are photos from the recent Toyota ITC Hackathon at NestGSV. We’ll have video soon.
Cyber security is a hot-button issue in tech circles and beyond. When the private files of celebrites were hacked and intimate photos were revealed to the world, people began wondering if the same thing could happen to them. It can. So how do you know your information is safe? Digital StrongBox, a new app by […]
As Fit3D has grown, NestGSV has grown with us by providing us with additional space, connections, community, education, and mentorship. In the startup world, we all need capital, mentorship, and connections that help us find the most appropriate path to execute on our dream. Through many of the connections that NestGSV has facilitated, we have found some investment, our contract manufacturer, and the communal spaces gives me a professional area to present Fit3D in the best way.
"NestGSV offers a flexible, dynamic environment for a growing startup. Its high quality facilities and IT infrastructure can support everything from single founders up to established startups with dozens of people.”