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Microsoft Ventures Accelerator is holding a DC open house Nov. 4

Learn about what this Seattle-based program can offer your company.

The Seattle-based Microsoft Ventures Accelerator is a four-month program that connects startup founders with mentors and gives them the tools to help grow their business. The accelerator has 24 graduates to date, and is looking for its next class.
Specifically, Microsoft Ventures is looking for companies that focus on machine learning.
This roving “open house” of sorts will come to D.C. on Nov. 4, and will hold an evening meet and greet at 1776. According to the announcement post, Microsoft Ventures Accelerator takes no equity in its participating startups. The investment comes in the form of a “$25K no-strings attached grant,” the announcement reads.
Attendees of the Nov. 4 event will meet alumni companies, and learn what the program could offer them.
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