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Ventureburn is proud to announce the five startup founders and startup employees who have been randomly selected as prize winners after completing the 2018 Ventureburn Tech Startup Survey powered by Telkom Futuremakers.
The results of the survey were publicised last month.
Those who completed the survey, stood the chance to win one of five prizes, namely: an iPhoneX, a Telkom Business in a Box Supreme solution, a one-year subscription to Ventureburn’s press release service for their startup, two cases of Jordaan’s Montegray wine and an exclusive mentoring session with legendary venture capitalist Keet van Zyl.
Five participants from the 2018 Ventureburn Tech Startup Survey walked away as winners
There were 169 participants in the survey, of which 153 were startup founders. Five winners have been randomly selected by the survey’s data analytics partner Qurio.
The winners — who have already been notified by email — are:
Lizzy Mabena from Johannesburg — who won the Telkom Business in a Box Supreme solution including 24-month connectivity, valued at R31 000.
Michael Currin from Johannesburg — who took home the iPhone X.
Clayton McLean from Johannesburg — who gets two cases of Jordaan’s Montegray wine, a 2015 Syrah. The two cases are together valued at R2160.
Tshepo Chotia from Pretoria — who will enjoy an exclusive mentoring session with legendary venture capitalist Keet van Zyl of Knife Capital.
Hayley Parry from Johannesburg — who was awarded a one-year subscription to Ventureburn’s press release service for their startup, valued at R12 000.
For more on the survey go here.
More information on the Ventureburn Startup Survey:
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