Nelson Mandela Bay innovators will benefit from computer numerical control (CNC) technology funded by an international collaboration project between various South African and European universities. (more…)
QSystems innovator Heinrich Williams received R150 000 seed fund and business support from the SAB Foundation Social Innovation Awards in recognition of his invention, QBell - an alternative nurse-call button. The Herald published an article on his accomplishment on...
The latest Innovation Conversation that appeared in The Herald on 27 September 2016 and discusses the establishment of the Propella Business Incubator. Read the full extract from The Herald below: "Nelson Mandela Bay is home to many talented entrepreneurs, with hugely-innovative...
Propella Business Incubator's innovative entrepreneurs will be able to connect to the rest of the world through a dedicated 100MB fibre link, the fastest business data line in the Eastern Cape, with the launch of the Telkom FutureMakers Hub...
Propella, an initiative aimed at supporting and developing businesses in Nelson Mandela Bay, was recently launched at its new premises in Walmer Boulevard, South End and featured in the Weekend Post on June 27.
Jaci featured in The Herald's Innovation Conversation on June 25 and discussed how Propella will drive and support new businesses in the Nelson Mandela Bay.
Propella, an initiative aimed at supporting and developing businesses in Nelson Mandela Bay, was officially launched at its new premises in Walmer Boulevard, South End last night. Innovolve, the wholly owned commercialisation company of Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) and...