One thing that has become very evident at previous Silicon Cape events is that there is nowhere that you can go to meet and interact with entrepreneurs and others working in the Silicon Cape community on a regular basis. We are hoping to change this with Silicon Cape Thirsty Thursdays. The idea is to have one set venue where you can go to every week to meet other people in the Silicon Cape, be they entrepreneurs, investors, developers, or anyone else who's interested in this space.For more info…See More
This time round we have and exciting service to be released to our community at our next networking event. Come meet, mingle and be the first to know.We are also taking submissions for an elevator pitch competition, a 1 minute pitch on your company or idea. Crowd will vote for the best and winner gets a great prize. Submissions to email@example.comPlease note that there are no costs associated with this event. (Unless we manage to get through the tabs...)Just to clarify about the sim…See More
November 8, 2010 at 6pm to November 9, 2010 at 7pm
Some of Google’s best and most engaging engineers, product managers, business managers and leadership will be speaking about Google’s open web and mobile technologies, so we hope to see you there. For more information and to register, check out the G-South Africa website.[Please note that you must register on the G-South Africa website, if you RSVP here it does not count... ]See More
Hi there clever and beautiful people of the Silicon Cape.You are called upon to attend the second Silicon Cape Networking Event.We have an extremely exciting line-up of informative entertainment planned for the evening.* To keep things light hearted and hilarious, we have roped in one of South Africa's Most Amazing entertainers, Rob van Vuuren (from Corne and Twakkie fame), as the MC;* Justin Stanford will give us a short and sweet update on what's been happening in the Silicon Cape;* One of…See More
this is in response to Vinny's original question.
We're two experienced IT professionals with some entrepreneurial ambitions. We've come up with an idea around online event booking and decided on the plan 1) create a…"
Come and join fellow Silicon Cape community members for the first regular networking evening, aimed at promoting interaction between all participants, from entrepreneurs and service providers through to investors.The keynote speaker for the evening will be Mark Levitt, CEO of Chesscube, who recently raised R10m from local venture capital firm InVenFin. Mark will be talking about how he built a global-facing online company from Cape Town, with a worldwide revenue and user base.Comedian Mark…See More
Send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll send you a document outlining the series of Cafe-Conversations that CITi are holding at various Cafe's in the city and surrounds. We need key creatives as well as software engineers to make this a success.