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Office for rent at "The Hostel" in Cape Town

Last office available at The Hostel – address…Continue

Started May 22, 2012

#meetup for chat around startup ideas in Silicon Cape
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Hey all, I've started a Meetup called "Cape Town IdeaCrit Group" with the goal to:make new friends with like minded entrepreneurial peopleopenly share ideas for new businesses or servicesgive and…Continue

Tags: networking, opportunities, entrepreneurship, meetup, ideas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mark Koekemoer Oct 11, 2012.


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Who are you?
I'm passionate about technology and doing more with less. I'm inspired by startups that emerge to solve a real need, build value, focus on user experience and only then – create a business model. With a hungry entrepreneurial spirit, I'm driven to do passionate work that sets me up for a bright future. Right now though - I'm building that future.

Interested in startups, web technology, great design, healthy cooking, and photography. Based in Cape Town, South Africa.
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See the Western Cape broadband rollout explainer video

Premier Helen Zille started off her speech last night at the annual Silicon Cape event with this brilliant explainer video. Unfortunately we can't host it here on the site, ironically - due to broadband limitations - but head on over to youtube to watch it. 

Although this video paints a bleak picture, step one is creating awareness so we know what the situation is and can formulate actions to change this. Thank you to the…


Posted on October 24, 2012 at 10:56 — 3 Comments

Hiring Bounty – Recruitment as it should be

Hiring Bounty – Recruitment as it should be

Crowdsourcing recruitment represents an enormous leap forward in an often out dated traditional recruitment industry. With a massive reduction in costs to clients, a significant improvement in the quality of candidates and the speed at which the position can be filled Hiring Bounty is forging a new path for the industry.

Hiring Bounty is an African first…


Posted on October 17, 2012 at 11:56

Groupon SA donates R100k to Silicon Cape Initiative

Groupon SA donates R100k to Silicon Cape Initiative

Groupon joint CEOs challenge others to match or trump this donation

2 October 2012, Cape Town - Daniel Guasco and Wayne Gosling, founders of the successful Silicon Cape startup Twangoo, which was acquired by Groupon in 2011, have donated R100 000 to the Silicon Cape Initiative.

The Silicon Cape Initiative, which launched in 2009 to increase the number and caliber of tech focused startups in the…


Posted on October 2, 2012 at 15:40

Press Release: New startup "Hiring Bounty" pays you a bounty for finding successful candidates

Hiring Bounty, a new local tech startup, aims to solve the companies recruitment challenge, by harnessing the power of the crowd. By leveraging trusted networks between people, Hiring Bounty is able to identified skilled candidates and place them in better suited jobs, faster and at a lower cost, when compared to recruitment agents.



Posted on July 30, 2012 at 13:30 — 3 Comments

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At 19:10 on July 16, 2012, Stuart Taylor said…

Thank you Mark, I wanted to join the CONNCT event on Thursday. Do I just have to follow the G+ group to attend?

At 10:53 on May 2, 2012, Nico Kotze said…

hi mark, lekker en jy?

sien jou more aand, looking forward.

At 20:00 on April 17, 2012, Adrian Cox said…

Hey Mark, the event went very well thanks.

In order to promote to the Silicon Cape community we just used the events channel which seemed to be fairly well received. Within the university, we focused on support from academics and used their influence to promote the event through communication channels that they have got with students. And then also Facebook and Twitter to build a general hype.

I hope that this answers your question!


At 17:03 on April 15, 2012, Jess Green said…

You messaged me, but the reply email addy doesn't work. Hit me up on Twitter...

At 20:07 on April 11, 2012, Kishan Kalan said…

Thanx for starting the CONNCT meetup group! Had fun meeting the guys tonight - Good things to come, im sure!


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