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Featured speakers in Cape Town next week, see you there!
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How I grew Sleekgeek from 10 to 25,000 members in 24 months with no marketing budget
I would like to share the story of how I left my successful corporate career and built Sleekgeek from 10 people to 25,000 with no marketing budget. This will include lessons on community building, social media, personal growth and the pains/pleasures of crossing from corporate to being a social entrepreneur.
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Lessons in failure from the trenches of a mobile startup in South Africa.
A no-holds barred, intimate fireside chat with Andy Hadfield, founder of RealTimeWine, on the failure of his startup RealTimeWine. Not to be missed.
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PayPal and the digital wallet, the future of payments
In her role, Ms. Beer Gabel is in charge of PayPal's merchant and partner activities, marketing and PR in sub-Saharan Africa.
Entrepreneurialism and Business
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International Family Offices, Angel Investors & VC Investments into Early Stage African Tech Deals
What does it take for African tech ventures to get investments from international equity investors and scale globally? What do VCs, Angels, Corporate and Family Offices seek in emerging early stage tech ventures and how can the local enabling environment through government agencies, incubators, accelerators, local VCs, etc. play a key supporting role in boosting the ecosystem.
Growing into Emerging Markets
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How 2go grew in Nigeria to hit over 10 million active users.
The Key Areas of Growth. How 2go grew in Nigeria to hit over 10 million active users.
Content and Distribution
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Discover and share in Africa's creative community
Nicole is dedicated to unlocking the continent’s creative currency. As Head of Content for, a pan-African digital distribution platform for artists, Nicole’s work enables artists to showcase their work and consumers to discover it.
Join us at the Old Mutual Conference Centre, Pinelands
We're proud to announce that Tech4Africa Cape Town will be held at the Old Mutual Conference Centre, Pinelands.

Tickets are limited, so please get your tickets asap to avoid disappointment.
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What To Expect
- 4 Rooms with sessions every hour
- 2 Keynotes presentations
- Hands-on workshops for deep dives
- StartupGrind Cape Town networking
- IBM SmartCamp
- Entrepreneurship sessions and workshops
- Networking during and after the sessions
- Did we mention lots of coffee?
- Loads of fun stuff

We don’t like suits and ties, there are no plenaries, committees and chairpeople.
We focus on great content and value for all who attend, coffee all day, fun at night, and an electric atmosphere you won’t find anywhere else.
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There are 28 sessions over 3 rooms, featuring:
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Join us for breakfast with Entrepreneur Traction...
We are excited to announce our recent partnership with an influential network of tech collaborators - Entrepreneur Traction!

Inspired and backed by prominent tech entrepreneurs and investors, Eric Edelstein (CEO ZunguZ Social Payments), Robert Sussman and Lance Fanaroff (Joint CEO’s Integr8 Group), and Ariel Navarro| (Co-Founder Entrepreneur Traction) - Entrepreneur Traction is built on the vision of bridging the gap among Silicon Cape tech start-ups.

Through an exclusive series of FREE monthly breakfasts and bi-annual cocktail evenings – the vision is to drive true collaboration and sustainable partnerships as a means to building the next generation of technology companies in South Africa. Entrepreneur Traction has inroads into some of the smartest technology minds in South Africa and the world, including the likes of Hannes Van Rensburg, founder of Fandamo, which was acquired by Visa for $110 million in 2011, as well as Daniel Guasco, former Managing Director of Groupon South Africa.

Apply now and join Entrepreneur Traction to stand a chance to be invited to one of their events.
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Then join us for a fireside chat & networking at StartupGrind Cape Town
DanielGuasco is the joint CEO with Wayne Gosling, of Groupon South Africa – a multibillion-dollar global operation and one of the fastest growing companies in history.

Daniel and Wayne Gosling founded Twangoo South Africa in June 2010 and Groupon bought the company within 12 months. They have developed Groupon SA into one of the most popular e-commerce websites on the African continent.

Come hear their interesting story and network with other Entrepreneurs in Cape Town.

Startup Grind hosts monthly events for entrepreneurs and startups in Cape Town and Johannesburg and our goal is to Connect, Educate and Inspire entrepreneurs!

Our monthly fireside chat interviews, startup mixers and annual conferences provide ample opportunities to connect with amazing startups and the people behind them.

Started by Derek Andersen and Spencer Nielsen in February 2010 in a small office in Mountain View California, the original goal to bring together friends who would help each other has spread across the world. Startup Grind is now in over 100 cities spanning 42 countries.

Cape Town is celebrating 1 year of bringing amazing speakers and entrepreneurs together, and going big this month with Groupon S.A. and Tech4Afrika!

Our next event hosted @ Tech4Africa on 28th August 2013 at 6pm.

Venue: Mutualpark, Jan Smuts Drive, Pinelands

18:00 – Networking and Food
19:00 – Fireside chat
20:00 - Networking

Register now
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Demo your product, showcase your company, find new clients
Get in touch to book yourself a space at Tech4Africa, so that you can demo your product, showcase your company, or simply network smack bang in the middle of everything and meet new people. Simple!
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Take the Jobsburn Salary Survey 2014
Participate on Jobsburn's digital industry salary survey and stand a chance of winning an iPad mini. The results of the survey will be published on Memeburn and presented at the Tech4Africa conference.
Do the survey.
Partner & Activation opportunities
We've worked with incredible companies in previous years, and we're working with some well known brands this year. Do you want to speak to tech people?
Contact Zinnia.
Mobile: +27 (0)83 457 6935
Skype: zinniap
Speaker submissions for Jozi are closed
Voting for Jozi Sessions is closed.
Key Dates
5 - 8 October 2015
(FNB Stadium)
Zinnia on +27 (0) 83 457 6935
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