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Innovator Trust programme open for applications from Cape Town entrepreneurs

Written by: Lengwadishang Ramphele

The Innovator Trust programme is calling for entrepreneurs in Cape Town and surrounding areas to apply for a two-year programme to help grow their businesses.

Marietjie Engelbrecht, head of communication at CiTi, says the programme is open for businesses that have been trading and in operation for two years, 61% black-owned, with a minimum of 1-4 B-BBEE status and should be registered within the ICT sector.

We basically help businesses that are ready for growth.

Marietjie Engelbrecht, head of communication - CiTi

Click here to apply.


This article first appeared on CapeTalk : Innovator Trust programme open for applications from Cape Town entrepreneurs




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