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Sagarmatha Tech goes big in CT
Cape Town will be the seat of Africa’s first 4th Industrial Revolution Innovation Centre, thanks to the vision of Sagarmatha Technologies.
Sagarmatha broadens group's leadership
Sagarmatha Technologies has appointed Grant Fredericks and Gary Hadfield as co-chief executives of the integrated technology platform company to drive the company’s growth in the rest of Africa.
Sagarmatha to invest R100m to train 5000 computer programmers
Sagarmatha Technologies intends to invest R100m to help grow the programming skills base for Africa’s rapidly expanding digital economy.
Sagarmatha … sparking African unicorns
The Fourth Industrial Revolution was shifting value massively towards tech companies, said Paul LaMontagne, the chairman of Sagarmatha Technologies.
ANA pulls off R1 billion in finance
African News Agency (ANA), the continent’s first multimedia content syndication platform, yesterday announced that Sagarmatha Technologies agreed to an investment of R1 billion in the business of ANA.
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Sagarmatha Introduces us to Silicon Africa
Sagarmatha Technologies, under the leadership of investor guru Paul Lamontagne, is the first company to present a sharp vision of world-class technology platforms for Africans.
Lamontagne has recently been appointed as the chairman of Sagarmatha Technologies, an integrated multinational technology platform group, with ambitions to open offices on the continent in three other regions over the next twelve to twenty months....
Business consortium to invest $1bn in Africa
A consortium of international business leaders is investing $1 billion in the South African and larger African economies, the lead investor ambassador Harold Doley jr announced on Thursday.
Africa’s greatest resource is its people, says US businessman
Ambassador Harold E Doley jr was 26 when he bought a seat on the New York Stock Exchange, becoming the first African-American individual to do so.
Africa’s gigantic growth prospects to benefit entrepreneurs, investors
When Paul Lamontagne and his wife Mary Rolph-Lamontagne moved to South Africa in 2005, it was for a two-year-posting. More than a decade later they are still here.