Algolia Launches Global Program Offering Startups $10,000 in Free Search & Discovery Usage

Program provides startups with free usage of Algolia’s platform, which powers more than 1.5 trillion searches per year and is trusted by 11,000+ enterprises

Algolia, the leading API-First Search & Discovery platform, announced a new program that provides qualified startups access to Algolia’s AI-powered search and recommendation capabilities. Algolia’s easy-to-implement API enables builders across a variety of industries to create scalable, world-class experiences.

“Over 11,000 customers use Algolia to build search and discovery experiences into their apps and websites. We believe consumers don’t want to spend a long time foraging for the product or information they’re looking for – they’d rather that information finds them, because we know them. So we make it easy for builders to implement excellent personalized search capabilities, whether they’re experts and want to use our API directly, or whether they’re a couple of weeks out of bootcamp and chose to use our dashboard that guides them through building scalable, relevant search experiences,” noted Bernadette Nixon, chief executive officer, Algolia. “Our new startup program makes it even easier by giving enough usage credits for startup companies to get started on the right course.”

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“We implemented Algolia in the early days and its impact was immediate”

The Algolia Startup Program is available to all companies that are less than three years old and have raised less than $5 million in funding. Once a company is verified as eligible, it will receive $10,000 worth of credits to be used within the first 12 months. This free usage amount is enough for any startup company to add world-class search and discovery functionality to its app or website.

“We implemented Algolia in the early days and its impact was immediate,” said Pouya Lotfi, founder and chief executive officer of QPage, a recruiting platform for talent-led businesses. “With minimal set-up, we streamlined search across our recruitment platform using Algolia. As a result, we were able to get to market more quickly.”

“At Y Combinator, we offer more than seed funding, we also bring ideas and experience as well as provide an environment for building products,” said Nicolas Dessaigne, group partner at Y Combinator. “The Algolia startup program is an excellent opportunity for new companies to leapfrog larger companies by gaining access to a powerful search and discovery platform. We believe this type of program can help thousands of startups around the world find success.”

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