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The 2018 Ventureburn Tech Startup Survey, powered by Telkom Futuremakers, has delivered plenty of insights into the South African startup landscape.
The survey, following on from last year’s edition, saw 153 South African startup founders respond. But what should you know?
You can view all the articles here, but we’ve also prepared an infographic for your convenience, outlining a selection of findings. Check it out below.
*Note on the methodology the survey used: In all there were 169 respondents to the survey which was conducted using an online questionnaire, by data analytics firm Qurio. Of this number, 16 respondents were found to be employees of startups (rather than founders) and were excluded. The survey therefore sampled 153 startup founders.
To ensure the integrity of the data, PwC will be involved to perform specified procedures, the results of which will be included in a report that will be available for inspection upon request.
More information on the Ventureburn Startup Survey:
Gauteng home to most tech startups, but Cape firms still more successful – survey
SA startups with combination of male-female founders most successful – survey
Black tech startups in SA still struggling finds new Ventureburn survey
SA tech startups still out of touch when getting angel, VC funding – survey
View the full 2018 Ventureburn Tech Startup Survey presentation