After a gruelling entry and selection process, immedia Studio is excited to be selected as one of three companies successfully added to Microsoft’s Equity Equivalent Programme (EEP). Read more about the programme in the official press release.

Alkesh Singh, MD at Astel Systems, Neo Moloele, MD at Meniko Records Management Services, Jean-Philippe Courtois, President of Microsoft International & Anice Hassim founder and CEO at immedia Studio Alkesh Singh, MD at Astel Systems, Neo Moloele, MD at Meniko Records Management Services, Jean-Philippe Courtois, President of Microsoft International & Anice Hassim founder and CEO at immedia Studio

The EEP aims to help grow several sustainable, independent and majority black-owned software companies in South Africa by creating jobs, building the local software economy and developing scarce technology skills.

This initiative will see immedia grow its capacity to onboard new skills from across the spectrum of careers within and beyond the IT sector, and contribute intellectual property to the post-PC industry.

Anice Hassim, immedia Studio’s CEO and founder, believes that the EEP programme is one of a few that are geared to create real change within new generation, post-PC companies like immedia.

“We want to foster a new generation of South Africans, animated by the impact we can make on our communities when we are focused on the boundless potential of what we can do together, not alone… we are committed to thinking and improving, and becoming better technologists and converged innovators in service to a better future for ourselves, better opportunities for ourselves, and better satisfaction for ourselves in the impact that we have in the world around us.”

Explore our views on what the EEP can bring to life for immedia.

 

For further information on immedia, please contact Selene Shah on 031 566 8000.