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Facebook to open Startup Garage at giant Paris Station F incubator

Facebook to open Startup Garage at giant Paris Station F incubator

– Station FStation F is set to become the world’s biggest startup space.The campus, opening in April, will also play host to Facebook‘s first startup incubator.ADVERTISEMENTThis university has no teachers, syllabus or fees This university has no teachers, syllabus or feesBased in a former train station built in 1929, Station F will host 3,000 desks for 1,000 startups across 34,000m2 of space.
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Facebook Startup Incubator to Open Inside Station F in Paris

Facebook Startup Incubator to Open Inside Station F in Paris

– Why it matters to you Get a jump on the apps the world’s biggest social network predicts could be the next big thing.Facebook is putting its stamp on the world’s biggest startup space.Station F in Paris — which was formerly a railway depot — will be home to the social network’s first business incubator, dubbed “Startup Garage.”The company’s COO Sheryl Sandberg made the announcement at Station F. As part of its program, Facebook will offer its marketing, tech development, and UX and UI experience to 10-15 startups during six-month cycles.
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Facebook to open Startup Garage at Station F in Paris

Facebook to open Startup Garage at Station F in Paris

– Station F is better known as the world’s biggest startup campus.Based in Paris, the huge historical monument is going to have 3,000 desks for tech companies of all kinds.This morning, Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg came to Paris to announce that Facebook is going to be one of Station F’s launch partners.
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