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UPC Switzerland supports start-ups with new Accelerator platform

Monday 18 December 2017 | 10:59 CET | News
UPC Switzerland is supporting start-ups from various sectors with its recently launched "Accelerator 2.0" online platform, where young entrepreneurs can find the latest information about setting up a company and can receive advice from experts and successful business founders. The first one or two advice sessions are free of charge. 

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Companies: UPC Switzerland
Countries: Switzerland
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