"to allow the beneficiaries to benefit for three years, applications, "Microsoft" and their technology support programs, while helping them to market their projects through their inscription on the portal of Microsoft".Every time I tried checking out the BizSpark terms and conditions in order to see whether Microsoft took any licence or greater interest in software developed by young Tunisians, my browser kept freezing. Perhaps some kind reader will check them out for me and post the results below.
Monday, 16 March 2009
Microsoft launches BizSpark project in Tunisia
Africa News reports that Microsoft introduced Microsoft BizSpark in Tunisia at the end of February. The programme, which is already running in a number of countries, seeks to support and accelerate the development of small businesses in several Tunisian regions, establishing businesses and young promoters of projects in the field of computers, software creation and web design. The project offers low cost access to technology, with a specific focus on entrepreneurial enterprises and startups. It also aims