Hub30, a collaborative community for independent professionals, entrepreneurs, freelancers, and innovators doing great things, has finally launched in Lagos, Nigeria.
— Kc Ofoegbu (@KcOfoegbu) February 21, 2018
Situated in the Festac town of the state, the hub is a privately-owned space that offers from flexible day passes to monthly memberships. It is strategically-located to create networking opportunities to communities of entrepreneurs, freelancers, and SMEs at affordable prices.
The startup provides a functional office environment, basic amenities and services for every business to thrive and grown suiting each person’s budget and needs. This includes shared work space ( working with amazing individuals in an open environment), private space, virtual offices, constant power supply, fast and reliable internet connectivity.
Hub30 is also set to help entrepreneurs manage their mails, supply office equipment and provide business support services.
According to the hub,
We are a co-working community that intends to bring together creative minds to achieve goals, providing functional office environment and the dire need to provide a service as such and a co-working place for entrepreneurs, freelancers, individuals and even students. Finding a place to work from can be difficult especially in Lagos where power and internet are more of privileges than basic amenities, hence Hub30.
We’re thrilled about Hub30 and can’t wait for you to see all they have to offer!
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