Go to http://startup.empirestate.co.za/ to enter!— James Coetzee
Software development company Empire State is running a competition offering three other startups free software development for their product/platform/offering - no strings attached, no equity involvement, nothing!
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Empire State’s James Coetzee.
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We want to be part of the solution, instead of just making money.— James Coetzee
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