With the rising cost of the property market in Nigeria, there is a case to be made for co-working spaces. The term co-working refers to a particular style of working where individual entrepreneurs share a particular office space or work environment. Focushub Port Harcourt is slowly but steadily creating a cluster of upcoming startups by offering co-working spaces to growing businesses and startups in the Garden City.
The hub which is located at #20 Tip-Top Street, off Psychiatric Road, approximately 25km from the Omagwa International airport, is providing a solution to budding entrepreneurs who find the cost of operating a business in Port Harcourt extremely expensive.
FocusHub is therefore inviting the public to join their growing community of developers, freelancers and small businesses as they develop life-long friendships and long lasting business partnerships.
The space comes equipped with:
- Free internet, Wifi
- Car Park
- Standby generator
- Conference/ Training room
- Reception services
- Mentorship (startups only)
- Free janitorial services
- Networking opportunities
- Serene environment
- They are offering the public the opportunity to be a part of Niger Delta’s pioneer innovation hub
- Affordable and conducive working environment
- Access to business and technical advice
- Free business address
- Uninterrupted power supply
Enquiring as to how many businesses the hub would be able to accommodate, Victor, a business development intern at the hub has this to say:
“we can only cater to a particular number of businesses for now as spaces are limited so applications would be accepted on a first-come-first-serve basis. We really wish we could do more for businesses in the region but let’s see how it plays out.”
For more enquiries, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 08180187070 to speak with a staff at the hub.