Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) is a launch pad for start-ups, transforming ideas to sustainable ventures that solve real Nigerian problems. To date CcHub has supported the development and launch of more than 50 innovative technology startups solving social challenges in Nigeria. Some of the startups CcHub has supported are BudgiT, Traclist, Efiko, Truppr just to mention a few.
Co-Creation Hub (CcHub) has announced it has begun accepting ideas for its first 2015 Call for Ideas in Nigeria. According to CcHub, “we are looking for an innovative idea that solves a real Nigerian problem and $25,000 is up for grab in investment as well as networks and market entry support”.
The CcHub Call for Ideas aims to collate creative ideas on how to solve the Nigeria’s real issues in areas of governance, transportation, healthcare, education, food security and the environment.
According to CcHub, “we believe that by engaging a community of progressive stakeholders (end-users, subject matter experts, government agencies, businesses, academics, civil societies etc.) who bring their creativity and knowledge to play we can co-create solutions to social challenges faced by the average Nigerian.”
Asides the $25, 000 reward for the winning idea, other top ideas will advance to the next stage of CcHub’s pre-incubation and incubation programmes.
To apply for this programme, you need to answer these questions:
If you can answer YES to these questions, your idea needs to be shared with CcHub for support
1. Does your idea solve ONE clear Nigerian problem (not many things)?
2. Is your idea something that can be worked on immediately by YOU (you do not need an external organisation/group to take action)?
3. Does your idea relate to one of the six focus areas (Governance, Transportation, Healthcare, Education, Food Security and Environment)
4. Does your idea meet a service gap?
5. Is your idea a new service or is it improving an existing one?
How to Apply:
Interested entrepreneur should visit the link below to apply
Apply for CcHub’s Call for Ideas
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