Following the successful release late last year of the Egyptian Startup Ecosystem Report, Disrupt Africa is now seeking partners for the open-sourcing of its next country-focused research publication – the South African Startup Ecosystem Report 2022.
Since launching its research arm in 2016, Disrupt Africa has built up a significant portfolio of publications, most notably the African Tech Startups Funding Report and Finnovating for Africa, previously available for sale but now made available free for all via open-sourcing initiatives with various partners across the continent’s tech ecosystem.
The Egyptian Startup Ecosystem Report 2021 was the first geographically-focused publication released by the company, made possible by support from key partners the Information Technology Industry Development Agency (ITIDA) and Global Ventures. Other supporters were AUC Venture Lab (V-Lab) and Quona Capital.
Disrupt Africa is now working on its latest publication, the South African Startup Ecosystem Report, which like its precursor will dive into the local ecosystem by analysing active startups, local support networks, and funding and exit activity over the last seven years.
We want to make sure we continue to make our publications available to all, for free, and to do that we need your help. Partner with us to help democratise access to data on the African startup ecosystem, and gain some excellent brand exposure at the same time!