Starting July 4th, start-up Franco-Togolese Start-Aid, based in Marseille will open a coworking space in the Togolese capital. The young start up shared the information on its official website.
Start-Aid is defined as an “innovation booster” with the main objective of supporting the initiatives of young African entrepreneurs.
To mark its arrival in the country, the start-up will offer for six weeks training and quality workshops with access to a broadband connection of 20 Mbps to project holders.
“Our job is to support entrepreneurship and innovation in Africa, starting with Togo,” says the start-up managers.
The event called “Start to go” should allow, eventually, to interconnect the different participants around the same challenge.
Any entrepreneur interested in this new opportunity is invited to consult the official website of start-Aid.