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Local networking platform SpliceWorks is now accepting registrations from tech startups looking to do business with corporates. This, after the platform concluded beta testing with 70 entrepreneurs in November last year.
During the test phase, startups were able to request an invitation to join the site. The platform launched in September last year.
SpliceWorks currently has around 150 tech entrepreneurs registered on its platform
“There are around 150 entrepreneurs on the platform now,” SpliceWorks CEO and founder Floris Buys told Ventureburn on Thursday (18 January) in an email.
Yesterday Buys said the match-making service had since finalised “a few other” deals.
Plans for 2018
He said that the startup is looking to sign up an additional 250 tech entrepreneurs and 30 tech seekers.
However, SpliceWorks doesn’t want to stop there, says Buys.
“We would also like to build out the ecosystem with additional funding and business development partners. Additionally, we hope to release new features and functionality such as events, news, collaboration, ratings and endorsements, data analytics and reporting etc,” he said.