Through this tie-up, the space tech startups identified by ISRO will be onboarded onto the Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub platform
Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) and Microsoft signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to fuel the growth of space technology startups in India. The MoU seeks to empower space tech startups across the country with technology tools and platforms, go-to-market support and mentoring to help them scale and become enterprise ready.
Through this tie-up, the space tech startups identified by ISRO will be onboarded onto the Microsoft for Startups Founders Hub platform. Spacetech startup founders in India will have free access to the tech tools, and resources they need to build and run their business through the platform.
Founders will also have access to Microsoft Learn for tailored startup centric training content and programmes to help them build connections with the industry and potential customers, as per reported by YourStory.
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