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Startaclaus Day 7 - 2 x 12 month subscriptions to Sage One Accounts!
by Startacus Admin
Here at Startacus, we thought we would do our bit to help the season of goodwill be a little less painful on the pocket and a little more fun into the bargain! So we've enlisted the help of Startaclaus - a jolly old fellow with presents galore for hard working self starters like you!
As you would imagine, the gifts and presents are all related to the theme of starting a business. So that's 12
days with 12 different and super cool brand giveaways...simples! You can read up about all 12 days worth of giveaways here, but today is day 7 so what's it all about?
Today's prizes are: 2 x 12 month subscriptions to Sage One Accounts, the online accounting solution from Sage #Startaclaus
For those of you that don’t know, Sage is the UK’s leading provider of small business software and the only software company in the FTSE-100.
Sage One is their fast-growing online accounts and payroll service that’s been created specifically for start-ups and small businesses like yours, and we’re giving you the chance to win one of 2 x 12 month subscriptions to Sage One Accounts (usual price £10 + VAT per month).
So how do you get your name in Startaclaus' hat?
Well it’s very simple, to be entered into today's giveaway (entries from Friday 13th Dec only) all you need to do is:
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