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BC Tech and Microsoft for Startups Founders Welcome Event

BC Tech and Microsoft for Startups have joined forces to help grow tech companies in BC!

On February 19th, 2020, join BC Tech and Microsoft for the very first event of the exciting partnership and discover how you can be a part of the Microsoft for Startups program. 

At this event learn how local tech companies can tap into Microsoft’s technical resources, business experts, and free cloud services such as:

  • $120,000 of Azure cloud credit
  • Office 365 business premium
  • Dynamics 365 for customer engagement and talent
  • A customized 6-month Go-To-Market plan
  • Marketplace listing optimization
  • Joint marketing and demand generation campaign go-to-market plan.

We’ll be hosting a live demo from Microsoft, followed by an evening of networking and exchanging knowledge with world-class entrepreneurs.


4:00 – 4:30 Registration and Networking

4:45 – 5:00 Introductions from BC Tech & Microsoft for Start-Ups

5:00 – 5:30 Presentation

5:30 – 6:00 Networking

About BC Tech

BC Tech is a non-profit dedicated to making British Columbia the best place to grow and scale a tech company. We pursue this mission by: providing the places and events for the community to come together; impactful programs that help companies grow, scale, export and adopt technology; up-to-date information about the tech sector; and the solutions required to ensure our industry and our province continue to grow and thrive.

About Microsoft for Startups

Microsoft for Startups is a comprehensive global program designed to support startups as they build and scale their companies. Startups are an indisputable innovation engine, and Microsoft is partnering with founders and investors to help propel their growth.

BC Tech and Microsoft for Startups Founders Welcome Event

Event Details

BC Tech and Microsoft for Startups Founders Welcome Event

February 19 @ 4:00 pm - 6:30 pm

BC Tech Community Hub
887 Great Northern Way, Vancouver, BC V5T 4T5
Vancouver BC

BC Tech Association