Microsoft Rolls Out Entrepreneurship Program for Social Entrepreneurs

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Microsoft Rolls Out Entrepreneurship Program for Social Entrepreneurs

In a bid to help social entrepreneurs build and scale their startups with access to technology, education, and grants, Microsoft has launched a global social entrepreneurship program. Participants focused on sustainability, accessibility, and skills would be eligible for grants.

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Available in 140 countries, the program will offer social enterprises access to free Microsoft cloud technologies, including up to $120,000 in Azure credits, along with technical support and guidance from a dedicated program manager on how to market, sell, and connect with potential customers such as large commercial and non-governmental organizations.

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Source: https://www.zdnet.com/article/microsoft-launches-entrepreneurship-program-targeted-at-social-entrepreneurs/

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