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Microsoft gives money to UK start-ups

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Microsoft has launched a new program to support UK start-ups.

According to ZDNet, Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer said the aim of the so-called Startup Accelerator Programme is to help those companies that show enormous potential but find it difficult to get started in the right way.

Microsoft has been running a similar program in the US. The program will help fledgling businesses realize their potential and achieve success. It includes technical support and guidance on Microsoft technologies and platforms including Silverlight.

At least four companies Miomni, Zebtab, Corebridge and ViaPost--have already joined the program.

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