Opportunities
GAP Innovation
Competitions

The GAP Innovation Competitions are looking for innovators, researchers and entrepreneurs that are working on novel ideas that will improve the efficiency of government service delivery, increase the competitiveness of the local economy and enhance the quality of life of ordinary citizens. Categories are in the ICT, Medical, Biosciences and Green economy.   Winners of ...

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OpenIX
 

OpenIX is an Open Innovation Exchange that delivers tangible solutions to real challenges posted by solution seekers in government and the private sector, and connects leading African researchers and entrepreneurs with new opportunities to commercialise their innovations.    How is this different?   OpenIX is leading a growing movement towards open innovation...

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Township Entrepreneur
Awards

  The Township Entrepreneur Awards are an initiative by the Gauteng Department of Economic Development (GDED) to celebrate, recognise and reward entrepreneurial talent in the townships whilst supporting the provinces’ goal and commitment to revitalising the township economy. The impact that the awards will have in changing negative perceptions about township ba...

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Innovation Prize
For Africa

  The IPA is an initiative of the African Innovation Foundation (AIF) started in 2011. IPA honours and encourages innovative achievements that contribute toward developing new products, increasing efficiency or saving cost in Africa. The prize also promotes among young African men and women the pursuit of science, technology and engineering careers as well as busines...

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Biotech Fundi
Awards

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