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Startup Cities... Glasgow, we need you!
by Startacus Admin
That’s right all you lovely Glaswegians - we are very pleased to announce that Glasgow has been selected to be the third city to get its own month long feature-fest as part of our Startup Cities series here on Startacus.net.
So what does that mean?
Well, it means that for one whole month (July) we’ll be putting the startup scene of Glasgow in our spotlight as we take a good long look at the exciting people, startup events, creative stirrings, startup news and other interesting happenings which make Glasgow the great self starter city that it is!
So how can you get involved in all of this?
Naturally we want as many good folks from Glasgow to chip in as possible. Maybe you run a creative event or have an interesting startup tale or maybe you just want to shout about what you think of the city’s creative, tech and startup scene - whatever you want to say we are giving you the opportunity to say it.
If you like what you see here on Startacus, why not become a member of our growing community? It's free! And you'll get all this - exclusive access to our Business Toolkit, discounts and offers galore for your business via our member only business deals, the chance to network and connect with loads of fellow self-starters, and maybe even become our celebrated 'Self-Starter of the Week' and tell the world your startup tale! Join right here for free...
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