nHub Launches its New Outsourcing Centre in Nigeria

nHub launched in Nigeria

nHub is a Nigerian dominant Software engineering-based hub. This week, the startup officially launched its outsourcing center in Jos. The initiative is in line with the company’s agenda of sustainability. The startup’s outsourcing strategy disseminates tech skills to companies located in Nigeria. In the last 3 years, the startup transformed the talents of many youths in Jos. The move made the startup to enter into a partnership with the StartupBonn in 2016. The German startup community deal aimed at developing talents in the country.
According to the nHub’s founder, Oluwadaser David, outsourcing incorporated the local developers. The startup is currently having thirty-two local developers. These remote entrepreneurs are situated in various companies in Nigeria and outside. The demand for the startup’s services made the company to expand its operations. He noted that the main role of the new outsourcing center is to meet the needs of remote developers. The new outsourcing center will have a separate office. However, the office will be located in the same building with the nHub.

The goal of the company is to be the best software engineers across the continent. The startup invited stakeholders to join them during the launching ceremony. Some of the guests included the government officials, policymakers, and CEOs from various companies in the Plateau state.


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