More than 50,000 startups from over 100 countries have joined the Microsoft BizSpark program since its founding in November 2008. The three-year offer provides startups with access to a global community of advisors, investors and partners as well as Microsoft software and services.

June 20, 2013
Microsoft BizSpark startup combines an inspired gaming premise, rigorous execution and progressive business choices to rise above competition.

Highlights

'elicit' helps improve your website’s searchability
April 3
BizSpark startup uses Windows Azure to put keyword search control into the hands of humans versus algorithms.
Startup connects Russian schools with the cloud
March 7
BizSpark startup ‘Classed In’ uses Windows Azure to offer private social networks that connect teachers, students, administrators and parents.
Video: Big data experts gather in Silicon Valley
Feb. 14
Conversation centers on future of big data and to how to make data analysis easy for business people anywhere in the world.
'emotive' helps developers create apps for enterprise customers
Feb. 12
Microsoft BizSpark One startup taps Windows Azure for fast development and deployment of enterprise mobile applications.
MobileBits eases device, platform barriers for game developers
Dec. 6
BizSpark One startup streamlines mobile game development by removing compatibility issues for multiplayer games.
Commerce Guys tap Microsoft cloud to evolve e-commerce
Nov. 7
Commerce Guys tap Microsoft cloud to evolve e-commerce
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