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Watch List: 20 SA Tech Entrepreneurs Making It Big In The Industry

App and tech entrepreneurs are solving challenges and needs around the world, South Africa is no different.

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3. Daniel Petz, Stuart Murless, Mattia Ferrini and Endre Vargas

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  • Business: Feast Fox
  • Industry: Hospitality
  • Business est: 2017
  • Website: Feastfox.com

When Feast Fox soft launched in June 2017 it already had 60 to 70 restaurants on-board. Six weeks later the app had between 1000 and 2000 downloads.

“With a busy lifestyle, I never had time to plan ahead and make bookings. I wanted something which fits into the way I eat out, which is generally on impulse. With Feastfox, we are moving from the traditional ‘book now, eat later’ concept to ‘book now, eat now’. This way you can go from craving to feasting with the tap of a button,” explains Stuart Murless.

The app is incorporated in the US as most of their advisors and investors are from Silicon Valley. Once they’ve proven the concept works in Cape Town, they intend to expand to the United States.

Related: How To Survive 150 Straight Rejections

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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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