Ajegunle co-working hub, the first workstation designed for freelancers, entrepreneurs and artisans in the Ajegunle area of Lagos State has opened its doors to residents. 

The Ajegunle co-working hub is a facility that creates access to work equipment for artisans and budding young entrepreneurs; access to a conducive work environment; access to training opportunities on business growth, strategies, and ethics and access to a free skill acquisition center for out-of-work women. 

Speaking on the need for the Hub in Ajegunle, founder, Isaac Success Omoyele says: “the Hub is a response to the queries of vulnerable residents who have approached us. The facility is an incubator for artisans, entrepreneurs, and freelancers where they can learn and grow their businesses without the burden of insufficient and high costs of available workspaces”. 

Recently launched, the Hub comprises a: 10-person workstation, 6-man boardroom, conference room, private office, meeting room, and a skill acquisition center; and is located at 101, Kirikiri Road, opposite Mobil Filling station, Wilmer bus stop, Olodi Apapa, Lagos. 

Ajegunle co-working hub is an initiative of Dreams From The Slum, a brainchild of Isaac Success Omoyele. 

Dreams From The Slum Empowerment Initiative is a not-for-profit organization based in Ajegunle which is committed to making the dreams of vulnerable persons living in remote and desolate communities a reality through a three-pronged approach to Education, Empowerment, and Mentorship. 

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