Four Savant backed startups secure TIA seed grants totalling over R2.5m

Four startups incubated at Cape Town based hardware tech incubator Savant have secured seed grants totalling over R2.5-million from the incubator’s seed fund partner — the government’s Technology Innovation Agency (TIA).
Savant CEO Nick Allen (pictured above) yesterday (6 December) told Ventureburn that the four — ATTRI Orthopaedics, Energy Shift, Jonga and Global Energy — received seed grants worth R580 000, R649 000, R654 000 and 641 000, respectively.
He said the first tranche of the funding would be transferred to the startups between either yesterday and today (7 December).
Cape Town based ATTRI Orthopaedics develops lightweight, state-of-the-art metallic implants that replace skeletal structures damaged from bone tumours, […]

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