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At 19:07 on January 11, 2013, Cobus de Ridder said…

Good Day Justin

I am currently in the process of developing a business model which has been run past a couple of large-company executives and a small business expert. All of which agree to the feasibility of the web-based model. In essence, it envelopes the concept of providing online platforms for interaction between companies and web users. Sound generic and boring? Well, it's not... It will allow for market research in much the same manner as facebook and google, the provision of market data pertaining to interactive customers of companies and the trade of intellectual property ( in a very different way to current providers).

Revenue channels exceed most current web-based businesses in addition to providing for free interaction between members. Last but as important, the core function can remain while still allowing for countless subsidiary revenue and information channels to develop around it. Please contact me if you would like to discuss this further. 

At 12:26 on March 22, 2011, Adam Salmon said…

Hi...there does not seem to be a link to comment on the tedx event post and hence there can be no first three comments to get tickets to the event...if you fix this please include this comment:

'love the ted talks and it is great that they are going to have an African Avenue of expression. I would suggest for instance Robert Mattes from the UCT politics department (I have no personal affiliation) who has done really interesting work, including The Material and Political Bases of Lived Poverty in Africa: Insights From the Afrobarometer.


At 17:48 on December 17, 2010, Yusuf Groenewald said…

Hi Justin,

Not sure whether I/we should be alarmed, but a person by the name of rose (http://www.siliconcape.com/profile/rose805?xg_source=activity) is sending the same message to quite a few SC members. Not sure what to do.

Tx, Yu

At 21:15 on May 12, 2010, Rob Nagel said…
Hey Justin - nice piece on Top Dogs - Cheers Rob
PS Need a bit mor ework on the table tennis top spin
At 19:30 on February 23, 2010, HC said…
Hey Justin, thanks for connecting. Really appreciate what you're doing with this site. Thanks, HC
At 12:17 on January 7, 2010, Laura Baasch said…
Dude I'm looking for a Ruby on Rails Developer. Don't suppose you know anybody? Job's based in Cape Town. Salary highly negotiable.
At 9:03 on December 29, 2009, William Kleynhans said…
Justin, do you know of any VC's that have an interest in the healthcare/pharma space?
At 15:59 on December 9, 2009, Nicholas Leck said…
Hi Justin, I have an event pending approval. I couldn't find any contact us on the site. Who would be the approver in this case?
Thanks, Nick
At 14:15 on December 8, 2009, Nicholas Soper said…
Hi Justin,

I offered a helping hand at the first Silicon Cape meeting.

I'm keen to have a positive impact on the Silicon Cape if at all possible. PM if you need anything.
At 9:41 on December 2, 2009, Lourentius van der Westhuizen said…
Hi Justin,

I need to get your opinion on an application we developed locally, and the road ahead.

Lourentius
At 21:02 on December 1, 2009, Brett Levine said…
Hi Justin - Brett Levine from Computers 4 Kids here - we develop software for kids whic is used by over 250 000 children every day in SA - wanted to chat to you and Erik about finding a suitable funding channel for our entrepreneurs purchasing our training centre franchise - incredible response - signed up 45 in 3 months and around 1500 to go. Can you please send me your email address and Erik's to ? Rgds Brett
At 9:22 on November 12, 2009, Kim Li said…
Hi Justin, I have a suggestion for the site is there a feedback email I can use?
At 13:44 on November 6, 2009, Deon C. Louw said…
sorry....
I do offer incentives in sharing the research and handing out free software to participants.
Is that really spam? That is spam in the same way that Easter eggs are spam. Ainit?
At 15:19 on October 29, 2009, JP van der Spuy said…
Niiiiice! @ur status
At 17:25 on October 27, 2009, Gavin Harvett said…
Justin, I'm not exactly sure where I first heard about Silicon Cape. Recently played in a charity golf event in San Francisco where Yola was a sponsor http://bit.ly/3dxTN and a good friend of mine is Comp Science dept head at Stellenbosch university and I know he mentioned it. I also follow Vinny on Twitter... basically word about the initiative has reached me through several channels. Nice going! I'm affiliated with the SA American Business Chamber. If you haven't already, you should tap them as a resource. Let me know if you need contact info. http://www.saabc.org/ - FYI the website is currently being revamped by Yola.
At 18:22 on October 14, 2009, Arthur Charles Van Wyk said…
Hi.. have a look at my blogpost titled "Picking your collective brains" and let me know if 4Di would consider getting behind a venture like that. Just want to hear your thoughts.
At 11:45 on October 12, 2009, Laura Baasch said…
Nice work Jus.... you and Vinny actually pulled tyhis off far better than I thought you would. Kudos.
At 11:16 on October 12, 2009, greymacpherson said…
Hi these might interest you:
http://www.timeslive.co.za/business/money/article147313.ece
and
http://www.justmoney.co.za/News/The-Silicon-Cape-initiative.html
cheers

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