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EY Romania launches the START-UP Advantage program to support startups in technology

EY Romania and TechHub Bucharest are launching START-UP Advantage, a partnership through which technology startups will benefit from free consultancy in areas such as financial control and fees, accounting or project management.

2017-12-08 12:59:44

Free events and dozens of mentoring hours will take place starting December 2017 at TechHub Bucharest. Entrepreneurs who wish to take advantage of the opportunity can book a meeting on the coworking website, bucharest.techhub.com, at the events section. The first free mentoring sessions will take place on December 14th.

"There is a real need among technology startups to access the financial, accounting, legal or project management expertise at the highest level," said Daniel Dragomir, CEO and founder of TechHub Bucharest. "These are, in most cases, areas of expertise that startups can access with difficulty. We are convinced that the partnership with EY Romania will be a response to many of the problems that entrepreneurs face, and we are glad that we have been able to attract such a partner for the TechHub Bucharest community."

EY Romania's consultants will provide startups with their time and expertise in areas such as financial control and fees, accounting or project management. More one-to-one mentoring sessions and free events will take place at TechHub Bucharest as of December.



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