Since COVID-19, work has taken a new turn. People are looking for effective means to produce efficient work. From companies moving to
Hebron Startup Lab is proud to be West Africa’s first university-based startup incubator, providing a platform for budding entrepreneurs to develop their ideas and bring them to life.
Our incubator is designed to offer unparalleled support to startups in their earliest stages, helping them to navigate the complex world of entrepreneurship and achieve success.
At Hebron Startup Lab, our mission is to raise a new generation of leaders who will drive positive change and make a lasting impact on the world.
We believe that entrepreneurship is a powerful force for good, and we are committed to empowering the next generation of change-makers to make a difference in their communities and beyond.
Hebron Startup Lab is built on a foundation of outstanding talent, drawing on the resources and expertise of Covenant University’s exceptional community.
Members will either fall into the creators, executors, or creative communities.
Each of the Acceleration programmes accepts 7 Start-ups/Spinoffs companies usually at the pre-seed and seed stage.
Each programme includes, trainings, equipping, and support as well as caps with a Demo Day,
Ideation is the creative process of generating, developing, and communicating new ideas
It’s the process of testing and validating your idea prior to launching your business name, tagline, product, service or website.
Since COVID-19, work has taken a new turn. People are looking for effective means to produce efficient work. From companies moving to remote systems to the use of great tech tools to enhance work within organisations, the future of work seems to be very bright and efficient. With the introduction of AI tools to this growing work culture, many fear that Artificial Intelligence tools will steal many jobs.
The beginning of a new semester usher in a new opportunities for members of our communities to learn new things. This is why the Chairman and Founder of the Hebron Startup Lab thought it good to have consistent community meetings and trainings for every member of the community.