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The Namibia Start Up festival shines on inventors

29/06/2018
by staff writer
Business

The organisers of the Namibia Start Up festival have brought together innovators with all styles of creation, this week.

The three days event captures businesses and products ranging from Namibian and Italian cheese, locally hand-made leather products, self-sewn clothing brands, Mahangu made paper products, multipurpose products, software developers, environment friendly recycled stationary and more.

The collection which is set up at the City of Windhoek’s upper level parking tells a good story of the entrepreneurship.