After functioning as a technology incubation hub for about 2 years, the Passion Incubator today officially announces the opening of its co-working space which it has dubbed LeadSpace.
Through a shared cost model, LeadSpace will aim to create shared infrastructure for entrepreneurs and founders of small and medium size businesses, middle-level corporate executives, freelancers and content creators.
With the first co-working space in Yaba, Lagos, LeadSpace plans to quickly launch more locations before the end of the year.
Passion Incubator co-founder, Olufunbi Falayi will be the CEO of the business unit.
The co-working space comes with different plans and prices. For a comprehensive review of the pricing, click here.
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