New Treasury offset program for Mac startup programs
A new Treasury offset package for startup programs will be announced today, with Mac startup program developers hoping that the program will boost productivity and encourage the creation of new businesses.
Mac startup programs are aimed at encouraging the creation and maintenance of new companies by providing a variety of tools and services for software developers.
The new program, dubbed “The Startup Fund,” will offer $2,500 in startup assistance for startups.
The program was developed by Mac startup developer Kostas Tsakalakis, and was introduced to the House Financial Services Committee on Tuesday.
Tsakalsakis told the committee that his startup program had helped him create about 300 businesses, which have since grown to more than 2,000.
Takalsis told the panel that he had already seen an uptick in startup activity since the program launched last year.
The program has also helped create several new businesses, he said, and he hopes that the additional support will lead to more new businesses and more jobs in the future.
The Treasury’s new Startup Fund is the latest effort to help new companies start.
Last month, the Treasury released the “Startup for Business” initiative, which offers a $5,000 credit for a business owner to get started on their business plans.
The new program is intended to be a temporary temporary program, Tsakasakis said.
The startup fund is intended for companies that have already established themselves and plan to grow into businesses, and will not cover new business startups, which he described as the “golden goose” of startup activity.
Tsakalsi said the program has helped him “to grow a lot” and that he expects it will eventually help him attract other businesses.
He said that he plans to use the program to expand his existing businesses and create a new “sporty” startup called the “K-Mart” as well.