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Hubs in Nigeria

Directory of Tech and Business Hubs in Nigeria

CoSpaces

CoSpaces was borne foremost out of an obvious need to connect international and local business persons with available Co-Work spaces across capital cities in Africa and further alleviate the dire need to connect startup and small business owners with clusters to broaden their network and business opportunities. Every start-up and …

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Devs District Hub

Devs District Hub provides startups, large organizations, generally, anyone looking to build a new hardware product with the technical skills and talents they require to go from idea to product. They are passionately curious, believe that apart from air, wind, fire, and water, technology should probably be another element,(how about …

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Impact Hub

Impact Hub Lagos, a member of the Impact. Hub global network is part of a rapidly expanding, diverse, global collective of collaborative spaces, vibrantentrepreneurial communities, and capacity building programs that inspire,connect and enable impact. Their aim is to help individuals all over theworld move from intention to impact by serving as …

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NG_HUB

NG_Hub brings together entrepreneurs, developers, and the wider community to collaborate, learn, and exchange ideas. With a virtual reality lab, a creator lab, and a co-working space, it will be a beacon of learning, support, and collaboration – so that Nigerians can make the most out of the power of …

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Co-creation HUB

CcHUB is Nigeria’s first open living lab and pre-incubation space designed to be a multi-functional, multi-purpose space where work to catalyze creative social tech ventures take place. The HUB is a place for technologists, social entrepreneurs, government, tech companies, impact investors and hackers in and around Lagos to co-create new …

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AIIVON INNOVATION HUB

Aiivon innovation hub is a social, digital and creative community strategically located at Abuja’s commercial nerve center. The hub gives valid expression to our desire to support tech development in West Africa as it is home to over 60 start-ups to whom we provide fully serviced offices and co-working spaces, …

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