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The first Africa-based Startupbootcamp accelerator concluded with a demo day in Cape Town last week, where it was announced participating companies had signed a total of 32 agreements with corporate partners.

Disrupt Africa reported in August 10 startups were selected to take part in the inaugural Startupbootcamp programme in Africa, namely Brownie Points, Fo-Sho, Strider, Got Bot, Just Now, Virtual Drive, Yethu, Dusu Pay, Khoyn, and MOBicure.

The aim of the programme was to help bridge the gap between corporates and startups, with the 10 startups securing 32 signed agreements with large companies. These deals included pilots, proof of concepts, experiments and contracts with the sponsors, partners, investors and other corporates…Read more

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