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Lagos-based Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) has announced the four companies selected to join its 2018 incubation programme.
The startups — which were selected from an applicant pool of 500 startups from across the continent — were announced yesterday (10 May) in a post on CcHub’s website.
In the post, the hub said it will over the next year work with each of the startups to help them gain traction, access funding and guide them on how to build sustainable business.
One of the four startups selected from CcHub’s 2018 cohort is from Sierra Leone, the other three are Nigerian
The companies will each receive $25 000 in funding, free workspace, and $15 000 in Amazon Web Service credits. In addition, the startups will also be provided with financial management, business, and human resource support among other benefits including possible follow-on capital of up to $250 000 from Growth Capital.
This is CcHub’s 2018 cohort:
E-Estates: This Lagos-based startup, which was founded in 2017 by CEO Collins-Ogbuo Ejinne, has developed an estate facility management app.
E-Estates helps estate owners better coordinate their affairs and overall interaction and communication with residents. App features include emergency services, guest management, real-time vending for electricity bills and handyman services.
Identity Tech: Also from Lagos, this cloud-based service enables its clients to access an array of tools for customer experience management which include; visitor management, queue or service management, customer survey management, and a biometric solutions for staff attendance.
Doctoora: This infrastructure as a service company increases access to quality healthcare by providing healthcare professionals with fully serviced medical facilities, to rent on a pay-per-use basis.
The company has three locations in Lagos, namely Opebi, Ogudu, and Surulere with a capacity to deliver 430 clinic hours per week.
Track Your Build: Hailing from Freetown, Sierra Leone, Track Your Build is a mapping, geographic information system (GIS), and data management company that provides clients with the information they need to build new assets or extend the lifespan and usefulness of existing ones.
Track Your Build uses drones, satellites, cloud computing, and analytics for smart infrastructure management.
In addition to the four, two other startups joined the hub this year. These are digital services marketplace Findworka and Big Pot, a power utility company founded by Oluyemi Jegede, Temi Jegede and Olubukola Aluko.