Building business hubs’ capacities to give entrepreneurs head start
Business hubs have mushroomed in the past five years partly because of governments’ measures to support small enterprises. They provide office space and facilities at a low rent, combined with networking opportunities and advice to new ventures through the tricky early stages. Some are privately run for a profit, some are managed by universities and others are run by local authorities, or charities.
Founder NINe, Bankole Oloruntoba, said there are opportunities for business hubs with unemployed youths looking for avenues to polish their entrepreneurial skills, or learn more about marketing or business models.
Oloruntoba is brimming with confidence having seen the organisation’s entrepreneurship programme aimed at creating new businesses yielding results.
The organisation has completed an intensive entrepreneurship and business training course in Abuja to accelerate the development of a hub management system that will help create new young entrepreneurs and Continue Reading