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    Signific makes its debut at Techcrunch Disrupt SF

    Signific, a logistics SaaS technology startup based in Johannesburg, South Africa is attending Techcrunch Disrupt SF in San Francisco, California, between the 2-4 October 2019, as an exhibitor to showcase and launch their delivery management software at Startup Alley's Mobility and Transportation pavilion.

    Signific builds enterprise-grade delivery management software for small-to-medium businesses at an affordable price point and is Africa’s first SaaS logistics operating platform for small businesses.

    Signific is one of only three African startups attending and exhibiting in Startup Alley at Techcrunch Disrupt SF this year. Startup Alley is the heart of Disrupt SF where over 1,000 pre-series A startups across all verticals showcase their tech products, platforms and services.

    Disrupt SF is ubiquitous for attracting and finding game-changing founders, startups and technologies, and you'll hear live, in conversation with TechCrunch editors, from the top players in the startup world.

    Some of the headline speakers in attendance include Marc Benioff, chairman and co-CEO of Salesforce; Ray Dalio, founder and co-chairman, best-selling author of Principles and Bridgewater Associates; Cal Henderson, co-founder and CTO of Slack and Marissa Mayer, ex-CEO of Yahoo to name a few.

    In addition to exhibiting, Signific has also been selected for a 60-second flash pitch that will take place on Friday, 4 October 2019, and an opportunity to take the mic in front of the whole crowd.

    On attending Disrupt SF in San Francisco, Signific’s founder and CEO, Yusuf Hoosen say, “It really is a privilege and honour to be pitching and exhibiting at Techcrunch Disrupt SF.

    Startup founders dream of making it big in Silicon Valley and this is our opportunity to show the world what African technology startups have to offer. I cannot think of a better stage and platform to launch our product offering to help SMB’s automate and optimise their delivery operations.”

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