GoDO new co-working space opens in Nigeria

A new co-working space setup to support start-ups and improve the culture of entrepreneurship was opened in Lagos, Nigeria. The unveiling of GoDo co-working space was performed by John Obaro, MD of SystemSpecs.

GoDo joins the growing list of startup support communities in Nigeria with a promise to ensure that more young people are given the necessary platforms and opportunities to grow.

GoDo is open to creative and innovative minds providing not just co-working space but also state-of-the-art-facilities and opportunities to connect and collaborate. It also provides a serene environment to learn from business experts mentors coaches investors etc. as well as build relationships with a view to scale.

The facility also provides uninterrupted power supply and free and fast internet connection is provided by Swift Networks.

GoDO Incubation Programme

“We will be announcing our incubation programme in the next three months,” Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr, Co-founder of GoDo.ng disclosed.

“It is hoped that start-ups that will pass through GoDo’s incubation program will focus on developing result-oriented solutions that will positively impact the society at large through the evocation of strategic planning business model development and marketing plans to determine the marketing techniques to pursue in market entry and penetration for specific products services and solutions,” Agbata added.

GoDo co-working space is located at 53 Oladipo Bateye Road, GRA Ikeja, Lagos, Nigeria and is a flourishing and vibrant community supporting start-ups at different stages of their development through capacity building incubation mentoring and resources.

Source: CPAfrica.com.

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