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Daddy’s Dragons (South Africa)
Founders: Jody Aufrigtig , Nick Ferguson, BArry Harlen, Paul Dalton

The Daddy's Dragons brings you a Business School and Incubator.  Business incubation has been around a long time but in recent times these are springing up all over the place, answering to a real need for small business support. These start-up hubs offer expert mentorship, resources like office space, management and skills transfer and even seed money, typically in exchange for an equity partnership in small (or theoretical) companies. It’s far better to have a smaller share in a huge success, than complete ownership in something small and your chances of success are greatly increased when you associate with the Dragons. More importantly, early-stage investors are paying close attention too.

http://www.daddysdragons.co.za/
021 486 5999
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Eduze  @eduzemobile

Eduze seeks to level the digital playing field.  They have created a platform that commercially distributes digital content to mobile devices without the need for 3G, ADSL or even electricity. Through it they offer free and easy access to world-class digital content that can uplift, inform and empower those who are too apprehensive, confused or financially challenged to access traditional web and online services.

Eduze
+27 78 101 2815
JoziHub (South Africa)
Founder: Gustav Praekelt

South Africa has the most developed telecommunications industry on the continent (there are more Sim cards than people). Within the context of this dynamic country, Johannesburg continues to be the engine room of the African economy and the perfect location for an incubator created to kickstart and accelerate innovation in the tech and social spheres.

http://jozihub.org/
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Mellowcabs @mellowcabs
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Mellowcabs are electric vehicles that provide first and last mile public transportation in urban areas. This means, that we are able to ‘fill the gap’ for commuters that need micro transport within a 3 km radius. Mellowcabs revenue model is based on advertising, and to a lesser extent passenger fares, which has proven to be quite lucrative.

Mellowcabs
+27 827197904
Mimages (South Africa)
Founders: Merwelene van der Merwe and Christiaan Diedericks

The development of this stock library is the culmination of a desire to offer exceptional-quality images to the art-buying community at a fraction of the cost of a conventional photo shoot.
Mimages helps to turn creative ideas into successful designs. It aims to unify the work of numerous photographers with a tightly edited collection of assignment-quality images.

http://www.mimages.co.za/
+27 11 886 7886
moWoza  @moWoza

moWoza enables cross-border traders to order goods ‘Anywhere, Anytime, Always’. This provides a cost efficient alternative to long and costly journeys; stopping back door payments to corrupt custom officials; expediting delivery of goods while providing affordable quality products. Their end-to-end tracked service notifies the cross-border traders of where the parcels are (via SMS alerts) and when they can be picked up. moWoza offers a quick, effortless and seamless inventory processing experience.

moWoza
+27 (0) 72 043 0891 (SA) +258 86 486 5368 (Mozambique)
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Startup 90 (South Africa)

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Our startup accelerator program is a 3 month high-impact program that prepares entrepreneurs to accelerate the process of building and launching a technology startup.

Mentorship from seasoned entrepreneurs and industry specialists form a core component of our startup accelerator program.

We are looking for exceptional startups that are using technological innovations to solve challenges in their communities and countries.

We have a preferences for startups in the education, finance, medical and agriculture sectors; but we do take in startups from other sectors.

We are committed to the development of youth and women entrepreneurs and strongly encourage them to apply.

http://www.startup90.com/

Formerly known as the Cape IT Initiative, was founded as a non-profit organisation in 1998 by a broad group of  industry stakeholders and inspired citizens.
Our vision is to develop Cape Town and the region as a global technology cluster and a vibrant hub for innovation that is a significant contributor to economic growth
Almost 20 years later CiTi continues to aspire and work towards this vision, primarily by being the 'oil' that connects the many diverse and
interested role players regionally and internationally, and the 'engine' that develops and implements innovative models to address  key industry challenges and blockages.
CiTi's skills initiative, has been recognised as a valuable contributor to the development of necessary skills and professionals to the technology sector. CiTi's established enterprise development programmes have attracted some of the sector's leading blue-chips as partners

http://www.citi.org.za/
27 (21) 409 7000
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