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Our Team

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Cofounder/ceo/cto

Uchechukwu Ajuzieogu

Founder and leading the various executive and management role at Ehubber.

Cofoudner/coo/Data analyst

Ifeanyi Akawi

Leading B2B customer acquisitions and data anlayst roles at Ehubber while being awesome.

Design

Mike Stuart

Leading the design team to create amazing user experience and interaction at Ehubber.

engineer

Floyd Staller

The guy behind the codebase and code architecture, helping to boost your productivity.

Co-founder & cfo

Donald Milson

Keeping, managing and organizing the financial books for proper workflow at Ehubber

content manager

Mishel Fox

Leading the content curating team and all things copy-writing to ensure smooth branding at Ehubber.

About Ehubber An overview in to the hub finder

Just like the computer network hub, a connection point for devices in a network (Webopedia, 2018), the term ‘tech hub’ is simply a physical space (can be remote), a city, a suburb (like computer village Lagos), or a collective suite of offices whose aim is geared to help technology stay companies succeed, and scale up.

Tech hubs create an environment specifically targeting the up build of young technology companies thrive by encouraging: incubation, fast tracking, helping such firms network and collaborate with like minded individuals or enterprises.

The major goal of a tech hub is to grow ideas. We believe that everyone has the right to access a place where they can incubate and build on their ideas and innovation regardless of price, logistics and miscellaneous phenomena.

Accessing the best and cheap tech hubs, and coworking spaces on your finger tips isn’t always easily available. Thus in most cases, Google and other search engines don’t help the situation. This was why in 2017 researcher, educationist and entrepreneur Uchechukwu Ajuzieogu discovered a method to help people locate tech hubs, coworking spaces and events near to them. During this time, he referred to the program as “hubblehubs”. 

Later in 2018, Uchechukwu Ajuzieogu would later partner with Economist and Data Analyst – Ifeanyi Akawi, a close friend of his to build the new version of “hubblehubs” now called Ehubber.

Pre-launched in 2019, Ehubber is a directory based service platform to find, book, list tech hubs, coworking spaces and events across the globe. Every day, more listings providing access to tech hubs, coworking spaces and events near to individuals locale are listed.

Ehubber is aimed to simplify the process for individuals and businesses who run tech hubs too. From managing bookings, payouts, and events ticketing systems, Ehubber is leading the transformation change for enterprise development while boosting productivity for everyone.

 

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