Microsoft announced the launch of the Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub in India, which would provide early-stage startup founders in India with over $300,000 in incentives and credits.

It will provide free access to the technology, tools, and resources that startups require to establish and run their businesses.  All entrepreneurs in India, such as those without third-party approval or investment, can access the Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub.

Disruptive innovation in Indian startups is propelling India’s status as one of the world’s major startup centers, remarked Sangeeta Bavi, Director of Startup Ecosystem at Microsoft India.

The Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub will assist entrepreneurs by engaging them with mentors who will give them industry, business, and technical help as they go forward with their businesses.

Microsoft is also cooperating with companies like OpenAI, a global leader in AI research and implementation, to offer startups with special perks and discounts. OpenAI creates AI systems like GPT-3 and Codex. Founders will also access Microsoft Learn, which offers personalized startup-centric training and several startup and unicorn programs.

They are excited to see how their new service will help more Asian entrepreneurs access the technology, tools, and resources they need to develop and run their businesses, Bavi added.

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