Phindile Tshabangu
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Alexander Meiring and Phindile Tshabangu are now friends
Feb 19, 2010
Phindile Tshabangu and HC are now friends
Feb 15, 2010
Phindile Tshabangu and Paul Roviss Khambule are now friends
Feb 2, 2010
Phindile Tshabangu joined JP van der Spuy's group
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Cape Town Startups

a Group for local startups to get together and discuss ideas for their online ventures.
Nov 11, 2009
Phindile Tshabangu joined Giles Douglas's group
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Venture Capital

Networking Group for those interested in Venture Capital
Nov 11, 2009
Phindile Tshabangu commented on Allister Kreft's event '1st Silicon Cape Networking Event'
"no. 202, what are the chances of me making it on the final 100; 1. if 102 confirmed attendees cancel. 2. event organizers manage to extend attendees to at least 202. 3. gate crash? nope, not an option..."
Nov 11, 2009
Phindile Tshabangu is attending Allister Kreft's event

1st Silicon Cape Networking Event at The Grand Daddy, 38 Long Street, Cape Town

November 26, 2009 from 6:30pm to 10pm
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
Nov 11, 2009
Phindile Tshabangu updated their profile
Oct 23, 2009
Phindile Tshabangu is now friends with Methuli Mbanjwa and Brian Carl Brown
Oct 23, 2009
Edson Charikinya left a comment for Phindile Tshabangu
"Hello Sir It was a pleasure meeting you the other day although it was a brief meeting. It seems we have a lot in common and i share a similar vision with you. As a Chemical Engineer I see a lot of potential in Africa and I would like to see more…"
Oct 11, 2009
Phindile Tshabangu is now a member of The Silicon Cape Initiative
Oct 10, 2009

Profile Information

Who are you?
Phindile is a chemical engineer by training and has completed a post graduate degree in technology management. He started out as a development engineer at a leading global industrial gas company and subsequently became a partner at a techno-financial services company in Randburg to focus on his passion: building high-growth technology-based businesses.
Phindile has spent many years in strategic roles within the business incubation sector and has appreciable experience in the assessment and development of pre-start-up and start-up technology-based businesses.
He is thus well positioned in his current role as business developer at InnovUS (the technology transfer company of Stellenbosch University) where his primary role is the commercialization of Stellenbosch University (SU) intellectual property. This includes the identification of research outputs and knowledge products at SU that could be commercialised, assisting in the development of business plans for these knowledge products and providing pre and post investment support to SU spin out companies.
He is based in Durbanville, Cape Town with his wife Ruth and their 18 month old budding techno-preneur, kideovator, Caleb.
Where can you be found on the web, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc?
http://www.linkedin.com/pub/phindile-tshabangu/0/b88/b72

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At 13:15 on October 11, 2009, Edson Charikinya said…
Hello Sir
It was a pleasure meeting you the other day although it was a brief meeting. It seems we have a lot in common and i share a similar vision with you. As a Chemical Engineer I see a lot of potential in Africa and I would like to see more home grown solutions to our problem. I will be delighted to learn a lot from your experiences.
 
 
 

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