Three new ventures join company's incubation program

CcHUB has worked with over fifty early stage ventures through its programs since its inception in 2011. The new ventures join a group of exciting ventures in the company’s portfolio.

The three ventures admitted into CcHUB's incubation program.

Nigeria’s first social innovation centre, Co-creation Hub (CcHUB), announced on Monday that it has admitted three new ventures into its incubation program.

The new ventures will receive seed funding of between $15,000 and $25,000, mentoring, business development support and office space to help them rapidly grow their business.

The three new ventures are:

Mamalette: This is a platform for Nigerian mothers and Mothers-to-be to interact and provide mutual support and community throughout the motherhood experience.

Autobox: A platform for car owners to find and purchase genuine auto parts, tips and discussions on all things motoring.

GRIT Systems: A venture that develops web-enabled technology for controlling and amassing data about household & commercial electrical power consumption.

CcHUB has worked with over fifty early stage ventures through its programs since its inception in 2011. The new ventures join a group of exciting ventures in the company’s portfolio. It also graduated the first venture in its incubation portfolio, BudgIT, in December 2014.

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