Nigeria's CcHub makes co-working free

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Nigerian tech and innovation space Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) has announced free access to its co-working space from 13 June, as the flagship Lagos incubator looks to further develop the local tech startup ecosystem.

Launched over five years ago, CcHub has been an enthusiastic backer of Nigerian startups, launching a $500,000 fund and investing in early-stage ventures like Truppr, Traclist, GoMyWay, Jekalo, Mamalette, GRIT Systems and Autobox.

It has now announced that the membership structure of its sixth floor co-working space will be changing, with access now primarily free aside from a few paid desks. Details will be announced this week on how startups can secure free access.

CcHub co-founder Bosun Tijani said the hub believed in providing a simple platform that inspires and supports experimentation, an attitude he believes led to the development of the tech cluster at Yaba.
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Source: Biz Community