Introducing Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub
News|by Jack Fannon|7 April 2022
Calling all startups!
Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub is now accepting founders everywhere with no funding required.
What is it?
The Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub gives startups access to company building tools and products for free. The platform enables startups to unlock the technology and support required to scale a company from inception to growth-stage.
Entrepreneurship should be open to all and Microsoft is proud to work alongside a robust network of partner organisations that support them in this mission.
All founders, regardless of stage and funding, can receive access to key Microsoft products, Azure cloud credits, Microsoft’s robust mentor network, and more.
Read more about the Startups Founders Hub.
How can Grey Matter help you make the most out of Microsoft’s tools?
You’ll want to make sure that you’re getting the most out of the free tools and resources that Microsoft provides as part of its Startups Founders Hub. We can help you get to grips with Azure technologies quickly and make sure you start off with best practice in mind.
Our Azure Design Service is a good place to start. It will assist you in building a scalable, available and secure platform from the ground up. It is a two-day service consisting of three elements:
- Technical scoping session with a cloud architect
- Architecture design session (including a specification report)
- Explanation of proposed architecture and report outcomes
From this foundation you’ll be able to make the most out of your Azure credit.
We understand that startups have very specific needs and our Azure Architects will take the time to fully understand what you want to achieve.
If you’d like to find out more about our Azure Design Service, visit our webpage or get in touch via the form below. We love working with startups and forward thinking entrepreneurs so get in touch!
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