PDC 2009: Microsoft announced BizSpark One, and expansion of BizSpark program

Microsoft launched BizSpark, a global program designed to catalyze the success of entrepreneurs by making Microsoft’s end-to-end software solutions available to early-stage startups with no upfront costs. At PDC09, notable among the announcements is launch of Microsoft BizSpark One, latest expansion of the BizSpark program. “BizSpark One has been designed to catalyze growth of selected […]

Microsoft launched BizSpark, a global program designed to catalyze the success of entrepreneurs by making Microsoft’s end-to-end software solutions available to early-stage startups with no upfront costs. At PDC09, notable among the announcements is launch of Microsoft BizSpark One, latest expansion of the BizSpark program. “BizSpark One has been designed to catalyze growth of selected high-potential startups through a one-on-one relationship with Microsoft and a global community of advisors, investors and peers. BizSpark One will be available in 10 countries: Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Israel, Russia, the U.K. and U.S.” According to Lewin, Microsoft’ll continue to expand its BizSpark family to keep pace with the evolving needs of startups and help them deliver immersive online experiences to their customers.