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2012 Press releases

  • Byte Orbit, the company behind and host of the event and, pride themselves on being the first software development company in South Africa to offer such a great opportunity in the form of an event to young and innovative tech entrepreneurs...

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    A new competition, aiming to help local software-based tech start-ups succeed, gets under way this week. Software development company Byte Orbit is behind the competition and has brought a number of sponsors on board, including Microsoft, Nokia, Bandwidth Barn and 8ta...

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    Entries have opened for Startup Knight, a competition for software based tech start-ups that are getting ready to start a viable business, but need assistance in the product development stage...

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  • A new competition offers software based tech start-ups that are getting ready to start a viable business the opportunity to win software and support services that will enable the winner to run a business...

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    Software-based tech startups check this out. Startup Knight, a competition courtesy of Byte Orbit, will be hosted in Cape Town later this month and is backed by major companies such as Microsoft, Nokia and 8ta.

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    South African-based software development company, Byte Orbit, has won the backing of several large technology companies to launch a competition today to find an innovative, software-based start up...

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  • Do you have an inspirational idea ready to take the software world by storm? Startup Knight is a competition for software-based tech start-ups that are aiming to make it big in the world of business...

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    Microsoft will be providing software packages for the winner to run their business for three years as well as $60 000 worth of Azure Services. Bandwidth Barn will be providing office space for the duration of 6 months and Nokia has come on board as a product sponsor...

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    A series of established organisations such as Microsoft, Nokia, Bandwidth Barn and 8ta have come on board with significant sponsorship for the winning startup. Microsoft will be providing software packages for the winning startup to run their business for 3 years as well as $60 000 worth of Azure Services...

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  • Lancée à Cape Town, la Startup Knight est un concours technologique basé sur le développement de logiciels, pour des participants qui veulent démarrer une entreprise viable...

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    Got an idea for a startup but not sure where to raise the money then look no further than the “Startup Knight” competition brought to you by Byte Orbit. Send in your ideas for a startup and you could win R100,000 worth of development time for your startup...

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    A new competition has been launched for software startups in South Africa, offering support in launching their businesses...

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  • Startup Knight is a competition for software based tech startups that are getting ready to start a viable business. Byte Orbit, the company behind Startup Knight, will be hosting this exciting event...

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    A new competition for tech startups focused on software projects has been launched in Cape Town. Startup Knight is a competition for software based tech startups that want to start a viable business...

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    Startup Knight is a competition for software based tech startups that are getting ready to start a viable business. Byte Orbit, the company behind Startup Knight, will be hosting this exciting event...

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  • A new opportunity has come along for software product startups, in the form of the Startup Knight Competition. We talk to Amit Ramdath, CEO of Byte Orbit and founder of the event, about what the competition entails, how to enter, and why this competition is a great platform for South African startups...

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