Up Close and Personal with Microsoft

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Microsoft started operations in Singapore in 1990 and employs now over 850 employees. Come check out one of the biggest technology companies in Singapore and the world!

Microsoft works with communities and the Singapore government to meet the aspirations of our country and communities and to fully harness the power of technology and innovation.
During the tour you can:

  • Get up close and personal with members of the BizSpark team. Ask them your questions and hear what life’s like inside one of the biggest tech companies in the world.
  • Check out the BizSpark program – a program designed to provide Singapore start-ups with fast, easy access to development tools and production licenses with no up-front costs. BizSpark members get direct access to software, developer tools, technical assistance and server products.
  • Test your vertigo with the views from the 22nd floor.

The real deal

 
The Microsoft Technology Center offers a unique combination of immersive experiences and side-by-side collaboration with world-class architects to provide the optimal environment to learn about and apply new technologies. Your briefing will include mutual discovery, solution drill-downs, and presentations culminating with the delivery of a clear and actionable vision of how the Microsoft platform can help you reach your business goals.
Walkabout is totally free, and so are all the special events we have planned for you during the day.  Tickets will be available on JUNE 2nd. We’ll send an email (make sure you’re on the mailing list!) as soon as the tickets for all the special events go live, but act fast!
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