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Startaclaus Day 8 - Win an amazing hamper of School for Startups products and gifts!
by Startacus Admin
It's Startaclaus Day 8 and today's prize is a hamper of School for Startups products and gifts!
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 and and today is day 8 so what can we expect?
Today our lovely friends over at School for Startups have put together an amazing hamper of School for Startup member gifts, products and goodies! Check out the pic and the list of goodies included below to be hopefully amazed.
In case you don’t know, School for Startups is a company (founded by esteemed entrepreneur Doug Richard) that creates education programmes, events and online support for budding entrepreneurs; with the objective of helping anyone turn their business idea into a reality.
Two flagship programmes, School for Creative Startups and Launcher, provide both education, support and funding for entrepreneurs and have enabled thousands of businesses to get off the ground.
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