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B2B Startups Are Likely To Nurture In India With The Collaboration of Microsoft and Accenture

Looks like this decade will actually prove to be golden for new startups being launched in India as the number of opportunities that they are drawing has been better than ever before. Recently the announcement of collaboration among Microsoft and Accenture took place where the global professional service company will let Microsoft host the third edition of their ventures challenge for the B2B startups in India.

As per the sources, the upcoming edition of the venture will give the opportunity to introduce themselves to the startups working in four categories, they are, system resilience, supply chain-resilience, responsible technology, and channel shift to digital commerce.

It was launched by the global professional service provider, Accenture in the year 2018 and since then it has been devoted towards providing the startups in India, a platform as well as the right opportunities to grow in their own right.

On the other hand, Microsoft initiated a program that called 100x100x100, that focused on bringing about 100 companies and having them invest $100,000 each in 18 months to the B2B startup in the Saas space in order to render the enterprise-ready solutions for them.

The country lead at Microsoft for startups, MENA and SAARC, Lathika Pai said that, the initiative taken by both the global platforms will prove to be really beneficial for the startups that are currently evolving and trying to get them market-ready by providing them with the best of resources as well as solutions by Accenture and Microsoft both.

What do you think?

Raghava

Written by Raghava

Raghava is Google certified digital marketer,Wordpress consultant and Founder at Startupsindia.in .

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