Annie Parker, the interim CEO at Fishburner and the co-founder of muru-D is joining Microsoft as the global head of startups. Annie Parker tweeted that she is super excited about joining Microsoft.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to work at scale & to make a global impact, I can’t wait to get started! So many fab plans to share, more to come soon.”
Annie Parker co-founded muru-D, an Australian startup accelerator which have dealt with over 44 startups. She left muru-D to join Lighthouse startup as its CEO last year. Later in July, she joined Fishburners as interim CEO.
In the past few years, Microsoft has significantly improved their engagement with the start-up community. From idea to IPO, Microsoft is equipped to support the tech startup community at every stage of their journey. They offer technology enablement through programs like BizSpark, business growth through accelerators, funding through Microsoft Ventures Fund, and ecosystem engagement.
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