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Stibbe legal partner Accenture Innovation Awards

Stibbe legal partner Accenture Innovation Awards

Stibbe legal partner Accenture Innovation Awards

29.08.2018 NL law

Start-ups of the Accenture Innovation Awards programme will have the possibility to get access to high-quality legal knowledge. Stibbe has joined the Accenture Innovation Awards as a legal partner and is now part of the largest Dutch start-up ecosystem.

Following the launch of its own innovation programme 'Stibbe StartsUP', this partnership strengthens Stibbe’s focus on helping innovative, promising Dutch start-ups tackle complex legal issues in their business in the launch and growth phases.

The 12th Innovation Awards for new innovative concepts and solutions in the Dutch market will take place on 2 November 2018. In the run-up to these awards, participating start-ups can make use of Stibbe's knowledge and experience. During various scale-up workshops, they can access specialist advice on various legal issues. The first workshop in this series will take place on 30 August

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