As seen on Ventureburn – 25.03.2015 and Disrupt Africa – 25.03.2015 CiTi has been very active in the last few months. Since new CEO Ian Merrington came on board, the tech and innov...
The Cape Innovation and Technology
formerly known as the Cape IT Initiative, was
founded as a non-profit organisation in 1998 by a broad group of
industry stakeholders and inspired citizens.
Our vision is to develop Cape Town and the region as a global
technology cluster and a vibrant hub for innovation that is a
significant contributor to economic growth.
Almost 20 years later CiTi continues to aspire and work towards this
vision, primarily by being the 'oil' that connects the many diverse and
interested role players regionally and internationally, and the 'engine'
that develops and implements innovative models to address
key industry challenges and blockages.
We can proudly say that, since 1998:
is the flagship organisation for the technology sector in the
region and has become a blueprint for industry and public
sector collaboration models for sector development.
(formerly known as the Bandwidth Barn), a CiTi operated
initiative, has been recognised as Africa's leading and most established
incubator and accelerator, incubating hundreds of start-ups
generating thousands of new jobs. Numerous entrepreneurs
and start-ups with their roots in Cape Town have become
global success stories.
, CiTi's skills initiative, has been recognised as a valuable
contributor to the development of necessary skills and
professionals to the technology sector. CiTi's
established enterprise development programmes have attracted
some of the sector's leading blue-chips as partners; and
We are only just beginning!
- 24 March | CiTi | Barn Khayelitsha CiTi in the Press Home ICT Industry News The Barn | No comment
As seen on Business Day Live – 19 March 2015, City Vision – 19 March 2015, Cape Argus – 20 March 2015 and heard on air on Cape Talk Radio – 23 March 2015 18 March 2015 marked a brea...
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