Ventures Platform, a Co-Workspace, and Incubation Center open in Abuja, Nigeria

Ventures Platform, a Co-Workspace, and Incubation Center open in Abuja, Nigeria

It has been described as a world-class full-service innovation center. Ventures Platform (VP) describes itself as “a carefully curated innovation hub where tech-enthusiasts, freelancers, start-up entrepreneurs, and professionals on the go, who share common attitudes, interests, and goals can meet, network and create.”

Well, 29 Mambilla Street, Maitama, Abuja is the newest Ventures Platform establishments. However, the hub’s housing is not your typical building. Instead, it is housed inside shipping containers converted into stylish housing and decked in an artistic fashion.

The event for the opening of the Ventures Platform in Abuja, saw several high profile dignitaries from the Government and the private sector attend the occasion.  VP will provide co-workspaces, the venue for hosting events and act as an incubation center for startups in Abuja.

Facilities at the center include high-speed internet, fax machines, photocopiers, audio-visual equipment, mailboxes, meetings rooms and even a gym. So we should expect the next incubated startups coming out of Ventures Platform in Abuja to be pitched with innovators with some abs.

The hub plans to hold programs such as professionals’ events, cultural events revolving around technology, art, music, and literature. The events will be geared towards fostering collaborations in a fun manner and environment.

However, its core mandate will be to take promising startups through an intensive 16-week incubation program. Seed funding and support among other tools will be provided to promising startups. It will also offer freelance entrepreneurs a place where they can work and meet their clients in a professional environment at the hub’s paid co-working space.

Startup entrepreneurs, freelancers, professionals, tech innovators, and inventors in and around Abuja can check out the Ventures Platform membership package, at this link.

This hub wants to become the ideal community in Nigeria and Africa at large for nurturing the next disruptive and sustainable tech ventures with solutions to socio-economic challenges.

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