A Resilient Africa 2020 - An AfriLabs Impact Report

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Our vision is a thriving innovation economy in Africa, driven by the power of our community, and we are happy that more hubs with the same purpose are joining us. The pandemic has affected businesses across the continent in a way nothing has done before, and collaboration through communities like ours is a right step in the right direction.

We are very excited to be part of the AfriLabs network. We believe this part - nership will create the necessary syner - gies to build the next generation of

Oscar A. NCHASO, Managing Director, Dreams Hub.

Anna Ekeledo, Executive Director, AfriLabs.

Joining AfriLabs, it is my expectation to be connected to the African network entrepreneurship and furthermore, maximize opportunities and establish

This is an exciting time for Afrilabs. The constant growth of our network speaks to the importance of community for the technology and innovation ecosystems across Africa. We are particularly thrilled to welcome Equatorial Guinea which was previously not represented within our membership. Our Catalyst program, which increases the pool of capital available to promising African growth-stage entrepreneurs and our capacity building program, both of which were launched late last year, will ensure that we continue to offer value to our over 200 member hubs.

Etelvino José Armando, Executive Director of IDC - Iniciativa para Democracia e Cidadania, Maputo/ Mozambique.

As TheNeoHub, we are excited to be part of the largest pan-African network of technology and innovation centres, AfriLabs. Being a member of this prestigious network will bring our hub closer to an integrated and prosperous future in innovation and technology fostered by open collaboration and growth in entrepreneurship. This opportunity will expand our network and co-creation across the continent.

Nekesa Were, Director of Strategy, AfriLabs.

Zindzi Letsididi, CEO, TheNeoHub.

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