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Microsoft AI for Good accelerator selects 14 Israeli startups for new cohort
Jon 4, 2020
EqualWeb is so proud to be one of the 14 startups selected to take part in the Microsoft for Startups’ AI for Good accelerator in Israel.
Microsoft for Startups’ AI for Good accelerator in Israel in collaboration with the social enterprise Tech for Good has selected 14 Israeli startups for its first cycle, Microsoft announced Wednesday. Microsoft announced the launch of the new accelerator in March, with select startups receiving expert training alongside an average of $500,000 in funding.
Thank you, Microsoft Team Raz Bachar, Meital Shamia, and many others for this wonderful, informative, and super professional support, help, and opportunity.
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