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Strive Masiyiwa’s Kwesé #GoGettaz Competition 2017 (Win $100k for your business or project)

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Strive Masiyiwa’s Kwesé #GoGettaz Competition 2017 (Win $100k for your business or project)

Brief Description :

This is an opportunity to compete to win a $100,000 investment into your business or not-for-profit organization, and spend two weeks interacting and working with Mr. Strive Masiyiwa and his team at Kwesé offices in Johannesburg, South Africa. The two people selected to win this competition (one woman and one man) will become inaugural Kwesé Entrepreneur Fellows in January 2018.

In this post you will get to see the top finalist , view their videos , share it on  either Facebook or twitter from the official website below  to decide who  to becomes  the next GoGettaz winner for the  year 2017.

Here is your chance to pick two of your favourite Kwese Inc #GoGettaz – the innovators, the hustlers and the big thinkers moving the world forward.

Watch the pitch videos and vote for your favourite entrepreneurs (1 female and 1 male) to win $100,000 USD! to invest in their business or non-profit

Important: In order for votes to be counted, all shares must be done directly from the competition voting page! (Sharing a friend’s share or retweeting will not count towards your finalist’s votes).

CLICK HERE: TO VOTE EZINNE UKO SHE IS  A NIGERIAN ENTREPRENEUR THE CEO OF CONTRAIL WHO DEVELOP THE I-MONITOR APP FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM SCALE BUSINESSES

Don’t forget to use #GoGettaz and #KweseInc when you share!

Founder and CEO, Contrail Stores, Ltd.

At Contrail Stores, we created the iMonitorapp – a dynamic tech solution that uses a mobile device to provide an easy inventory, sales, business performance analysis, customer and business management solution. Let our business manage your business! Nigeria, For profit(R).

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