Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Oracle Scaleup Program to support startups

Whenever you are working on a startup you know you can use every help you can get. Being it "simple" money to keep going, being it mentoring from someone in the industry or a veteran in doing business or getting help in a other ways. Other ways can be people and companies who believe in your startup and support you by providing office space, providing equipment or helping in getting that first customer to sign up with your startup.

If you ever worked at a startup you known that the first periode of your startup is crucial. And even if your product or service is brilliant, getting it from an idea to something that can be delivered is hard. People sometimes have a romantic idea around starting a startup, in reality it is very (very very) hard work where you are happy with every bit of support you can can get.

Oracle is expaning their support to the Startup community and recently announced this (also) via twitter with the below tweet:
Are you part of a #startup? Then, you don't want to miss this news: @Oracle is expanding its global startup ecosystem to reach more #entrepreneurs worldwide. Say hello to the new Virtual Global #Scaleup Program! @OracleSCA 
In effect the Oracle ScaleUp program supports startups and Oracle announced the expansion of its global startup ecosystem in an effort to increase the impact and support for the wider startup community, reach more entrepreneurs worldwide, and drive cloud adoption and innovation. The expansion includes the launch of a new virtual-style, non-residential global program, named Oracle Scaleup Ecosystem, as well as the addition of Austin to the residential Oracle Startup Cloud Accelerator program. The addition of Austin brings the residential program to North America and expands the accelerator’s reach to nine total global locations.

If you are a startup, getting the help from Oracle might be vital in becoming a success story. And as an entrepreneur you will recognize the fact that all support is welcome in the vital startup stage of your startup. Reaching out to Oracle and the Scaleup program might be a good idea. 

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