Nunya Lab, a new tech incubator, is officially launched in Togo

Economic governance
Thursday, 07 November 2019 17:05
Nunya Lab, a new tech incubator, is officially launched in Togo

(Togo First) - The Ministry of grassroots development has launched a new incubator for local startups, through the Youth Economic Initiatives Support Fund (FAIEJ).
Named Nunya Lab, the incubator was officially launched last Tuesday, by the minister of grassroots development and youth, Victoire Tomegah-Dogbé. The infrastructure is estimated to have cost more than XOF25 million.

Its purpose is to "support the creation of innovative projects and enable the optimization of the potential for job and wealth creation," incubate innovative projects, and accelerate ongoing projects.

The center is also to serve as a place where young Togolese innovators can conduct experiments, test prototypes, receive advices, coaching and tutoring from more experienced professionals, before the effective launch of their product or service.

Let's indicate that the project was financially, and technically, backed by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), with the expertise of Kigali-based incubator K-LAB.

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