Lagos State now has a hub for African entrepreneurs, developers, and startups.
This was launched by US Tech Giant, Google on Tuesday in Lagos.
Bittertruth Media gathered that the hub is an enabling environment created to provide high quality infrastructures, mentor-ship and funds for African great digital talents, with the sole aim of having global tech successes from Africa.
According to Onajite Emerhor, head of operations for Google Launchpad Accelerator Africa, the project plans to target over 10,000 developers and more to train.
“We plan to host over 200 events targeting 10,000+ individuals, developers, mentors, startups, small medium businesses, investors, and more to engage in the space to train, to collaborate, to share learning and to build great things.” she said during the launch.
She further added that the space is totally free as it is fully funded by Google in other to tackle the monetary problems faced by digital startups in Africa.