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Meet Michael Griffin, a man on a mission to rid the world of meaningless gifts

Michael Griffin is the founder of online social savings tool ADDaBIT™.

Instead of giving meaningless gifts, family and friends can contribute towards a specific goal using Michael Griffin’s ADDaBIT™.

Decluttering our lives of excess possessions is liberating.

Michael Griffin

Michael Griffin brought the Porsche Design brand to South Africa in 2007.

ADDaBIT™’s Michael Griffin loves road racing and dreams of one day competing in the Dakar Rally.

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I fell in love with a pair of Porsche designed shoes. I couldn’t get them at home, so that’s how I got into Porsche Design!

Michael Griffin

You can’t invest in a business and expect a return within three years.

Michael Griffin

I wanted my own brand. I also wanted global customers. So I created ADDaBIT™.

Michael Griffin

Your kids don’t need a hundred toys!

Michael Griffin

We’ve got more than 400 investors already.

Michael Griffin

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