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500 Startups accepting applications for its 2016 Distro Dojos program to help companies grow

Alfred L
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December 04, 2015

500 Startups may be known for investing in hundreds of early stage companies every year, but it’s not one to walk away from those that need extra help.The firm piloted a program dedicated to helping startups manage growth and marketing in three cities around the world this year. Based on the results of this pilot, 500 Startups has opted to expand the program to more locations in 2016.

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