CcHub Launches SYNDICATE to Invest in Early-Stage African Startups


Sunday, December 06, 2020  / 12.47PM / By CcHub /
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Nigeria’s Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) innovation centre, based in Yaba,
Lagos has launched the CcHub Syndicate, an investment vehicle
empowering investment firms and high net worth individuals (HNWIs) all over the
world to co-invest alongside the hub in the most innovative companies across
Sub-Saharan Africa.


CcHub already runs the Growth
Capital Fund
, but has been on the expansion trail
across Africa of late, acquiring Kenyan incubator
 iHub and ed-tech startup eLimu. This growth is continuing with the
launch of “The Syndicate by CcHub“.


The new investment vehicle aims to accelerate the growth of early-stage
ventures delivering value-adding services and products to the African market at
scale. Across the continent, CcHub claims to have a network of over 650
startups that can trace their roots to its various programmes and
interventions, and the launch of the syndicate aims to scale that impact.


SYNDICATE – Explore and invest in leading startups


“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,” said ‘Bosun Tijani, chief
executive officer (CEO) of CcHub.


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