AZ Inno: UArizona center, law firm collaborate on startup assistance program

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The University of Arizona Center of Innovation and law firm Perkins Coie LLP are looking for a winning startup team to receive a one-year program of facilities, services and business guidance.

The collaborative program is taking applications through Jan. 19, with evaluation and interviews to follow. The winning team will be announced on Feb. 1.

Read the full article at AZ Inno.

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