Co-creation Hub (CcHUB) has launched the CcHUB Syndicate, an investment vehicle to empower investment groups or firms, High Net Worth Individuals (HNI) to co-invest (for as little as $5000) in startups across Sub-Saharan Africa along with CcHUB.
The Syndicate by CcHUB aims to accelerate the growth of early-stage ventures delivering value accretive services and products to the African market at scale; with the goal to increase the number of disruptive and innovative companies with the capacity to create impact at scale for the continent by garnering support through our network of investors and partners.
Speaking on the launch of the investment program, Bosun Tijani, CEO CcHUB and iHUB, says, “CcHUB syndicate is an innovative funding platform which comes at a critical time when the world stands on the precipice of change. These times require companies with innovative solutions to critical problems in our societies. The syndicate seeks to solve the subsistent consumption that exists in diaspora remittances, by redirecting it towards investments in high-growth, impact-driven technology companies across Africa”.
The launch is coming on the back of CcHUB’s 10-year anniversary celebrations, further giving credence to its mandate to accelerate the application of science and technology for the economic growth of the continent. CcHUB has supported and accelerated the growth of a community passionate about the role of technology in transforming Africa by unearthing talent and creating an enabling structure for companies.
Across Africa, CcHUB boasts of a rich network of over 650 startups who can trace their roots to Co-Creation Hub’s innovation-focused programs and interventions, more than 7,300 direct jobs created by its portfolio companies, 35,000+ indirect jobs have been created by portfolio companies through their value chain, $1,000,000+ invested in direct startups by CcHUB and over $61M+ in external funding attracted by the startups in their portfolio.
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