A 2020 study on coworking trends found that the number of coworking spaces globally is set to double by 2024.
The study estimates that the number of people using shared working spaces will rise to five million in the next four years.
Shared office spaces offer a more affordable option for organizations who want to shed their cost wherever possible.
Coworking spaces provide entrepreneurs and employees with better and added services at a lesser cost than traditional office spaces.
If you are looking to explore the shared working spaces, below is a list of the top 6 shared office spaces in Lagos and other Nigerian cities.
Shared office spaces in Lagos:
Godohub is one of the finest shared office spaces in Lagos, Nigeria. Godohub brings like-minded entrepreneurs together through shared spaces, special events, social spaces etc.
Godohub’s mission is to continually fuel support and grow an entrepreneurial community that supports aspiring entrepreneurs as well as to start and scale enterprises that provide solutions and contributes to Africa’s growth, development, and sustainability.
Capital square is a collaborative community for independent professionals-entrepreneurs, creatives and innovators who are doing amazing things in the ecosystem.
The coworking space also provides members the opportunity to participate in a variety of workshops, training, and networking events that help improve their skills and grow their respective businesses.
This is Nigeria’s foremost open living lab and pre-incubation space designed to catalyse tech innovative ideas.
Cchub is a multi-functional and multi-purpose place for technologists, social entrepreneurs, government, tech companies, impact investors and hackers in and around Lagos to co-create new solutions to the many social problems in Nigeria.
Other Shared Office Spaces in Nigerian Cities:
Venture Platform Hub
This is one of the most interesting shared office spaces in Abuja. Founded by Kola Aina, the hub is uniquely built from mainly shipping containers.
Venture Platform Hub offers spaces for incubation, events, residency and co-working for tech enthusiasts, freelancers and budding entrepreneurs.
nHub is the first technology centre in the Northern region of Nigeria. It is also one of the finest shared spaces in West Africa which empowers entrepreneurs on their journey to build great ideas from scratch.
The jos-based hub offers services ranging from idea conception, to incubation, collaboration and creation of services
Founded in September 2016 by Ismaila Sanusi. CoLab is the foremost shared office space and innovative hub in Kaduna.
It is a vibrant community for startups, innovators, creatives and entrepreneurs. CoLab aims at creating an environment that fosters natural curiosity, learning, inspiration, creativity and innovation.
Founders Hub is one of the top coworking spaces in Nigeria that provides the avenue for brilliant entrepreneurs to meet, brainstorm, share ideas and collaborate with the aim to scale their businesses.
The Kwara-based hub hosts tons of events that support entrepreneurs by hosting meet-ups, focus groups, hackathons, competitions, workshops and training sessions.
Founders Hub was established by Adeyinka Adekeye in February, 2016.