Afrilabs, the umbrella body of incubation hubs, innovation centers, and business acceleration centers across the African continent has held its 2021 Annual General Meeting. The event took place yesterday in Abuja, Nigeria with representatives from across African Countries.
AfriLabs is now 320 Hub Members in 51 Countries and 227 Cities in Africa. As an ever-growing network of tech and innovation hubs across Africa, AfriLabs continually provides her members with a platform to connect, collaborate, and network with other African innovators, entrepreneurs, developers, educators, and stakeholders in order to create viable solutions that would enable the development of the African ecosystem.
The AGM afforded the community to elect new Board members. The newly elected Board Members to oversee the affairs of the community are
Board Chair – Moetaz Helmy
Board Secretary – Linda Kwamboka
Board Treasurer – Kudzai Mubaiwa
Francophone Représentative – Elodie Nonga
Board member 1 – Chinagozi Daniel
Board member 2 – Steve Tchomba
AfriLabs was founded in 2011 to build a community around rapidly emerging tech hubs―innovation spaces that serve as meeting points and communities for developers, entrepreneurs, and investors.
The Community believe that supporting the development of the African technology and innovation ecosystem enables Africa to participate in the global knowledge and innovation market place thereby stimulating economic growth.