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Tedbree launches new hub in Nigeria

By Guardian Nigeria
05 January 2022   |   2:25 am
The Chief Executive Officer, Tedbree, Tommie Edwards, has emphasised the importance of bridging the gap in Nigeria at the official launch of the new hub in Lagos Nigeria. Edwards said though, founded on the simple fact that technology keeps advancing, but leveraging this advancement for growth remains a daunting challenge for most. The Tedbree hub…

The Chief Executive Officer, Tedbree, Tommie Edwards, has emphasised the importance of bridging the gap in Nigeria at the official launch of the new hub in Lagos Nigeria.

Edwards said though, founded on the simple fact that technology keeps advancing, but leveraging this advancement for growth remains a daunting challenge for most.

The Tedbree hub started operations in Yaba on March 2021 and had its official launching event in December 2021 with Tech geniuses, software developers and leading business owners in attendance.

Edwards explained that Tedbree was founded in 2018 to bring innovation right to the forefront by launching a project outsourcing and delivery platform matching world-class talents from across the globe to software development, product and creative design and digital marketing projects. 

The CEO said the physical hub in Yaba Lagos will move the firm closer to attracting top talents in Nigeria to better show their creativity and talents on a global scale.

Edwards, announced that Tedbree now operates globally with many of their resources located in England, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Nigeria, Ghana and India.

“With the mission and vision to create innovative products that transform businesses; while building a safe space for exceptional talents to learn, communicate and work on transformational projects for businesses around the world and a world where businesses of all sizes have the right tools needed to transform their businesses for growth, and exceptional talents – regardless of their age, location, race or gender – obtain the right opportunities to make an impact and build a career dependent only on their abilities,” Edwards said.

Also speaking, Tedbree’s cofounder, Dammy Ogunmoye, a tech expert and the current CTO, also mentioned that the new TedbreeHub will help accelerate Tech careers in the country and show the world what Local talents in Nigeria can bring to the global space.

Ogunmoye, said so far, Tedbree has helped scale the operations of over 100 startups, onboarded 1000 pros to the Tedbree Hub and has become a trusted name amongst many leading brands for its development quality and brand efficiency.

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