Qualcomm Technologies unveiled the Qualcomm Small Business Accelerator Program, designed to help small businesses convert to a mobile-first work environment necessary to thrive in today’s business climate. The comprehensive program will provide small businesses with products powered by Qualcomm Technologies solutions, along with collaboration tools and technical and integration support, so they can continue to maintain operations throughout the current global pandemic and beyond.
In a join partnership supported by Microsoft, Verizon, Linksys and Targus, the Accelerator Program looks to make a real difference for startups during this COVID-19 crisis.
Customized to the needs of the selected small business, the program will provide a variety of devices powered by various compute and connectivity solutions from Qualcomm Technologies, such as Always-Connected PCs, Wi-Fi systems, mobile phones, Bluetooth enabled headsets and active mobile hotspots, along with technical/device integration and support. With more businesses depending on cloud-based solutions, these connected products offer enhanced productivity and security for small businesses.
What Qualcomm Small Business Accelerator Program is all about?
This program is launched in June that received 375+ applications from 38 states & the District of Columbia. The comprehensive program was specially designed by Best Buy Business, Microsoft, Verizon Business & other companies to offer both technical as well as equipment support to small businesses. They reviewed submissions and recognized ways in which small businesses can bridge the gap of digital differences and maintain operations efficiently and safely. Apart from Senpex, there are other business spans included in this program like education crisis response, environmental services, healthcare, arts, and most-identified as veteran-owned/minority–owned or women-owned.
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