#HubsNigeria: Meet Hubs.ng, a Nigerian Start-up that Seeks to Build a Viable Digital Ecosystem in Nigeria
Hubs.ng is Nigeria’s first digital ecosystem startup tailored to suit the daily physical ecology of Nigerians. Its focus is on creating a digital bionetwork with services every Nigerian uses daily. Hubs.ng is building products and services—ecommerce and technology solutions designed for Nigerians with the goal of digitalizing every service in Nigeria’s physical ecosystem.
— HUBS.NG (@HubsNigeria) February 21, 2018
Nigeria is emerging in technological development and the implementation of digitalization in prominent sectors. Similarly, the Itopaking David-led Hubs.ng has a collection of local content and services that are digitally-viable and connected to one account. Launched on 14th August 2017, #HubsNigeria started with four main services which include; Hubs Sites, Hubs Amplify, Hubs Market Square, and Hubs Biz Direct. These services were focused on equipping start-ups and young entrepreneurs with basic, but vital web tools.
— HUBS.NG (@HubsNigeria) February 10, 2018
We seek to build a free digital ecosystem with shared resources (data) for development and new opportunities. –Itopaking David.
How Does It Work?
Interestingly, one account covers all. With one account on #HubsNigeria, you gain access to all the services offered by hubs.ng. In addition, the startup currently has over twelve services and are working on introducing more into the digital ecosystem. Hubs.ng provides these services free to users on their ecosystem, helping to narrow the digital divide in Nigeria and to improve the everyday use of tech. To find out more about their services, visit the site or download the app.
Personally, I am excited that a lot of young minds in Nigeria are starting to build solutions rather than focusing on the innumerable problems that exist in the country. It may be in its teething stage, but we are surely on our way there!
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