Abuja-based Aiivon Innovation Hub officially opens to the public

A social tech centre in the heart of Abuja, Aiivon Innovation Hub has officially opened its co-creative workspace and every other thing it offers to the general public.

Located on 167, Adetokumbo Ademola Crescent in Wuse 2, the innovation hub aims to provide a platform for tech ideas and digital businesses to develop and compete globally.

The innovation hub houses a co-working space, a training room, executive offices and a lounge.

The workspace plans include The Tourist, which goes for ₦2500; The Comrade, which costs ₦45,000 per month; The Spot, a private office for ₦100,000 per month; and The Station, an executive office for ₦4 million per year.

These plans provide access to high speed Internet connections, reception services, complimentary coffee, mail handling, front desk services, branding right, and so on.

Also, the hub houses an ICT service centre specialized in web development, software development and graphic design to help improve the tech community in Abuja.

“We are creating a convergence of tech minds for effective collaborations, skill upgrades, hackathons, mentorship, etc. The hub provides a truly inspiring and high-energy environment that matches a rock-solid work ethic with loads of fun. You will find people you love working with and enjoy spending time with outside the office and you’ll enjoy creating innovative solutions with ease. And yes, you’ll love our internet speed,” said Attah Samson Igoche, CEO of Aiivon.

The innovation hub is expected to bring together the most brilliant tech minds for effective collaboration and improvement of tech services in the FCT.

The hub opens from 8:00 AM to 9:00 PM on Mondays to Saturdays and 3:00 PM to 8:00 PM on Sundays. You should check them out if you find yourself in Abuja.



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