Microsoft® BizSpark™ is a global program designed to help accelerate the success of early stage startups by providing key resources when they need it the most:
Software. Receive fast and easy access to current full-featured Microsoft development tools, platform technologies, and production licenses of server products for immediate use in developing and bringing to market innovative and interoperable solutions. There is no upfront cost to enroll.
Support. Get connected to Network Partners around the world — incubators, investors, advisors, government agencies and hosters — that are equally involved and vested in software-fueled innovation and entrepreneurship who will provide a wide range of support resources.
Visibility. Achieve global visibility to an audience of potential investors, clients and partners
Joining is easy! Check to see if you qualify — most privately held software development startups in business for less than 3 years that are generating an annual revenue under USD $1 million can join.
Connect with a BizSpark Network Partner or a Microsoft BizSpark Champ to get your BizSpark enrollment code. Enrollment is free.
For more details about BizSpark, see: The Startup Program Guide, which describes the program benefits and more.
If you want to join BizSpark, click on the link below or send an email to [email protected] If you are eligible, we will send you a code.
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