Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Microsoft | Microsoft to slash software costs for selected startups | Seattle Times Newspaper

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Microsoft is giving selected startup companies thousands of dollars worth of development tools and server software at an enormous discount for up to three years.

The company is announcing its BizSpark program today at a San Francisco Internet industry conference as a way to get more early-stage companies onto its platform.

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To participate, startup companies must have less than $1 million in annual revenue, be less than 3 years old and gain the recommendation of a venture-capital firm, business network or a "Microsoft champ" — more than 1,000 company employees around the world focused on software developers.

Microsoft | Microsoft to slash software costs for selected startups | Seattle Times Newspaper

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