She Leads Africa Brings the SheHive, a female-focused coworking space this September

by | Sep 7, 2015

She Leads Africa, a social enterprise dedicated to supporting high-growth female entrepreneurs on the continent, has announced their coworking space for young ambitious African women called She Hive which will take place from September 20-25 at Victoria Island, Lagos.

The space will enable entrepreneurs to learn new business skills, develop relationships with fellow entrepreneurs and connect directly with investors.

The workspace will be opened from 8 am – 9pm daily and participants will have the leisure to work from there, sign up for different courses, open-house interactions, workshop sit-downs with industry leaders on business goals and opportunities and an evening private chat session with Aliko Dangote,  Hakeem Belo-Osagie and Yewande Sadiku, amongst many other activities.


Women led startups such as Thando’s Shoes, Beauty Rev NG, Eve & Tribe and ORIKI Group, will be at the event to address to take workshops on Looking and feeling the part.

SLA revealed that there will be access to private meeting rooms, high speed wifi and fresh coffee and pastries for the participants.

The event is opened to all females that and you can learn more about the event and apply here.


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chigo onuchukwu
chigo onuchukwu
4 years ago


Great idea right there @ sheLeadsAfrica, but here’s something way cooler.
A new baby in the tech entrepreneurship space in Lagos. It’s a new co-working space I found about in Lagos, precisely on the Mainland in Ogba. It’s called ‘eeSpace’

Just about 5 minutes’ drive from city capital, Ikeja, it’s really worth every dime of it.

It has great features and facilities and it’s about the cheapest in the country. Just 15k per month, even with discount offers.

It has all the normal features of your regular co-working spaces plus some extras – a recording studio, mini-library, seminar and conference rooms etc.

So, mainlanders or those of you that want something fresh outside the regulars you’re used to, go check out ‘eeSpace’
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