Silicon Valley-based seed fund and incubator program 500 Startups has opened up applications for its 7th batch of tech companies. The startup accelerator founded in February 2011 by Dave McClure and a number of PayPal, Google, YouTube and Yahoo alums invests anywhere from $25,000 to $250,000 in early-stage tech startups.
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JumpStarter Inc. has announced the presentation of its crowd-powered portal for startups, JumpStartFund, which is a new way of thinking about starting a business or project.
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Gen4Web, a startup founded in 2012, has grown to be a top provider of EdTech innovation for government, industry and academic clients, along with consumer production, through their EdX platform.
Seed fund and incubator program 500 Startups has announced two new venture partners and its first batch of startup companies to join its new San Francisco program.
State-of-the-art Microsoft facility offers Miami-area residents programs and services to foster innovation, collaboration and community engagement.
New program aimed at helping companies grow their businesses with Red Hat’s award winning Platform-as-a-Service.
The new Desk.com App Hub is a one-stop shop for SMBs to easily access more than 50 partner apps that help them enhance the customer service experience and accelerate growth.
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