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25 Of The Most Successful Business Ideas In South Africa

Find out who’s making waves in numerous industries and how they managed to differentiate themselves in local and international industries.

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2. Tuluntulu Offers High Quality Video Streaming On Low Data Speeds

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Tuluntulu’s innovative technology manages low data speeds and video streaming together in such a way that it always keeps the audio track in place. This disruptive invention offers a seamless video delivery adapting to a variety of throughput rates for each connected user without disruption.

Not only is the disruptive business taking over this market, but it’s offering access to video content to users throughout Africa. A messaging engine is built-in to reduce cost of entry where the adverts are integrated into the video space.  Tuluntulu also uses easily scalable architecture for large numbers of simultaneous viewers and or including individual adapting video streaming.

Tuluntulu has received several awards including:

  • In 2015, A Frost & Sullivan Customer Value Leadership Award VOD 2015
  • In 2015 and 2016, several Technology Top 100 awards
  • In 2015, Best African App AppsAfrica award
  • In 2015, MTN App of the Year Finalist award
  • In 2015, Tuluntulu was selected by Unilever Foundry 50 as one of the top 50 start-ups in the world
  • In 2016, Tuluntulu was selected by Interbrand (global) / Facebook as a global ‘Breakthrough Brand’.

Related: Watch List: 50 Top SA Business Women To Watch

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Nicole Crampton is an online writer for Entrepreneur Magazine. She has studied a BA Journalism at Monash South Africa. Nicole has also completed several courses in writing and online marketing.

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