Microsoft has announced that its Startups Founders Hub is now available for all budding entrepreneurs, with access to up to $150,000 in Azure credits, and free provisioning of Microsoft 365 and Teams.
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Microsoft has announced Founders Hub, a dedicated platform for entrepreneurs. Those who enroll will receive Azure credits, 1:1 mentorship, and access to the latest development tools and technologies.
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Bestselling author Malcom Gladwell says that 50 years from now we'll have statues of Bill Gates, but people will be asking "who was Steve Jobs?" Of course, no one will remember Microsoft, either.
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