Take Seed Academy’s survey and win prizes worth R30 000 for your startup

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The wonderful folks at Seed Academy are giving away three business support packages valued at R30 000 to startups, and the only thing you need to do is complete a survey.

Now, there are a few terms and conditions attached to this so you best read on before you rush off to take it.

First off, you need to have been in business for less than five years, and you need to have 5 minutes free, those are quite literally the only things you need to know to take the survey.

As for why Seed Academy is running the survey, well, that’s where this gets interesting. Seed Academy is trying to get a clear picture of the startup space in South Africa.

The survey gives Seed Academy a way to gauge what challenges startups face, what sort of support is needed to support startups and whether progress has been made since the results of startup survey 2015 were published.

Said, Seed Academy of the last year’s survey, “The response and insights that came from it provided impetus for tough conversations to be had in the ecosystem of what it really takes to develop a startup culture in S.A. that ensures entrepreneurs survive and thrive.”

As for the prizes here’s what is up for grabs.

Three packages worth R30 000 which include:

  • 1 year SMEasy license
  • 3 months desk rental (for 1 person) at Seed Academy’s co-work space in Johannesburg)
  • Basic website starter pack (includes a 1-page high quality, mobile responsive website. Terms and Conditions apply)
  • Business coaching (2 x 2hr sessions)
  • Legal consultation (1hr consult)
  • Financial consultation (1hr consult)
  • Marketing coaching (2 x 1hr sessions)

There are also two seats at the Standard Bank Accelerator program valued at R15 000 and five spots at the Standard Bank Bootcamp valued at R5 000 each up for grabs.

What are you waiting for? Take Seed Academy’s Startup Survey 2016 now and maybe you’ll win an awesome prize for your startup.

[Source – Seed Academy] [Image – Pictures of Money]


Brendyn Lotz

Brendyn Lotz

Brendyn Lotz writes news, reviews, and opinion pieces for Hypertext. His interests include SMEs, innovation on the African continent, cybersecurity, blockchain, games, geek culture and YouTube.