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Microsoft Kuwait partners with Cubical Services to support start-ups

Wednesday 15 May 2019 | 14:11 CET | News
Microsoft Kuwait said it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with business incubator Cubical Services. Microsoft will provide access to selected businesses to its Microsoft for Start-ups programme, which is designed to accelerate growth and innovation using the intelligent cloud. Cubical Services will also promote Microsoft's start-ups programme to its clients, and refer start-ups that meet certain criteria to Microsoft, for inclusion in the scheme. 

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Categories: IT
Companies: Microsoft
Countries: Kuwait
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