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Avanti Communications opens office in Lagos

A new flagship office for Avanti Communications has opened in Ikoyi, Lagos. Avanti’s new office will serve as a gathering place for staff members all over the continent as the top high throughput satellite firm in the region.

The Heritage Place office, which is located in a world-class development in Ikoyi, the business zone where multinational tech companies like Oracle and Google have their headquarters, is Nigeria’s first commercial building to receive environmental certification.

Avanti’s dedication to Africa is strengthened by the establishment of its new office. Through regional alliances and the introduction of connectivity solutions, Avanti hopes to propel growth throughout the region with the goal of having Africa account for the majority of its revenue within the next two to three years.

“This is a big moment for us at Avanti and something we have been looking forward to for some time,” said Libby Barr, COO of Avanti. We place a lot of emphasis on Africa, and this new office will enable us to maintain our contacts there while also connecting more communities. We presently employ 20 people in Nigeria, and we anticipate seeing a significant increase in that number as we continue to build out connection quickly throughout the country. We are thrilled to be neighbors with some of Nigeria’s best companies, and we see our new location as a tremendous chance to fully realize Nigeria’s potential.

Avanti has made over $800 million in investments in Africa and already has a large presence there. The company has offices in Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa, where more than a fifth of the staff members are located.

Over 1,000 African villages and schools are now connected thanks to Avanti, which offers services in Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa, Tanzania, Senegal, Ghana, Angola, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, and South Sudan. Millions of lives will be impacted and communities will be able to live connected lives thanks to the company’s ambitions to connect an additional 10,000 sites across Africa over the course of the next five years.

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