A pan African business and social enterprise African Hub International (AHI) has created a virtual office hub for Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs), to administer their businesses from.
The hub will provide support for work stations, virtual office, unlimited internet access and uninterrupted power supply front desk service as well as networking.
According to Mrs. Oluwole Oluneye, Founder/Executive Director, “African Hub International is focused on fostering the growth of Africa’s emerging entrepreneurs and the continent through our Network, Learn, Work and Grow platform. African Hub International operates the disruptive innovation business model and leverages on the power of strategic partnerships, collaboration and networking.
“It also creates a platform of expression, networking opportunities and a Hub for Africa’s next generation to unleash their talents, skills and potentials. It is all about building successful African Entrepreneurs and Businesses.”
Oluneye stressed the need to create online business hub with technical support and more market linkages to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).
“Our focus is to foster the growth of Africa emerging entrepreneurs and SME’s sector.”
She said that the organisation was also planning to create ideas for entrepreneurs to qualify for Bank of Industry (BoI) facility.
“We will create a business idea and enhance their proposal to scale through BoI facility assessment,’’ Oluwole said.
She advised youths to pursue their dreams and “not to see challenges as obstacles and take up a challenge because they were building blocks to success’’.
According to her, the organisation has created a platform for expression of Africa’s upcoming creative talents through internship placement, entrepreneurial mentoring, coaching sponsorship, endorsement and creative arts events.
The chief executive officer said that the Business Hub Africa was ready to provide all external factors which discouraged emerging entrepreneurs in the country from thriving.
She highlighted the external factors as power supply, work stations, provision of major amenities, finance and business links.
“We provide an uninterrupted power supply, internet access, commercial publications and administrative support to them,’’ she said.
Oluwole said that the company would collaborate with inspiring young emerging female authors, talents in literary and creative arts for the expression of their talents through a monthly book club edition “Readers R Leaders’’.
She said that the organisation had also created a platform where upcoming authors would showcase their talents, adding that they were planning to launch a book written by Miss Chizoba Odilia, a final year student of Covenant University Ota.
“We will partner with young talented writers and authors who have written books but could not showcase their talents as a way to give back to the public,’’ Oluwole said.
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