Microsoft's Head Start: Opening tomorrow's door for today's startups


Johannesburg, 27 Mar 2019
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Microsoft is hosting 'Head Start', an event aimed at helping tech startups grow, in Cape Town, on 2 April.
Microsoft is hosting 'Head Start', an event aimed at helping tech startups grow, in Cape Town, on 2 April.

Microsoft is hosting 'Head Start', an event aimed at helping tech startups grow, on 2 April at the River Club, Liesbeek Parkway in Observatory in Cape Town.

Themed 'Opening tomorrow's door for today's startups', the programme will help tech startups by giving them access to a variety of skills development resources, coaches and mentors, Microsoft's customer network, and the platform on which to build their products and services.

The startups will also be exposed to Microsoft's:

* Technology door: Microsoft's experts and architects will help tech startups to build the right solutions.

* Business development door: experts will help the startups grow their customer base by introducing them to Microsoft's extensive worldwide network of enterprises, governments, and startups from around the world.

* Compliance, regulation and legal door: will see Microsoft's legal and corporate affairs team on standby to assist startups where needed.

For the full agenda click here.

To register for Microsoft's Head Start Programme and have the opportunity to grow and evolve your tech startup into a fully-fledged Microsoft partner status click here.