A co-created and tailor-made national Startup Act will be a powerful tool for empowering entrepreneurs and addressing key developmental issues in South Africa, although case studies from other African countries show that it will require prolonged and widespread engagement with various stakeholders.
This was the conclusion reached at the end of a webinar discussion on the relevance of a South African Startup Act held recently by the newly formed Digital Collective Africa, a non-profit amalgamation of investors, ecosystem enablers, institutions, and entrepreneurs from across the continent geared towards supporting early-stage startups.
Jon Stever, the Managing Director of the Innovation for Policy Foundation (i4Policy).
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