List of coworking spaces in Ghana and their locations
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Digital Nomads, creative persons, Startup founders, freelancers and companies these days are on a look for an office/place where they can sit, work, eat and enjoy the accessibility of internet services without having any sort of direct control over the premises.
Getting an office these days for new entrepreneurs and startups to work their ideas in Ghana sometimes become more if not impossible. These necessitate the establishment of co-working space in the country. Today, there are quite a number of these facilities in Ghana that has come to help startups, freelancers and anyone who is on a tight budget but needs a space to carry on their activities.
If you are a startup or an aspiring entrepreneur who needs a coworking space to nature and polish your ideas, then below are some of the go-to places.
Founded in 2013, iSpace believe their role in the co-working space is to provide a conducive environment for growth. And to be able to achieve their goals, they seek to offer Office Space, Funding, Training and Mentoring.
iSpace was created for and by the local tech community to welcome talent, ideas and also champion the use of mobile and web technology for Social Impact.
Address: No.14 Otu Adzin Road Spintex
Kukun is set up to provide a stirring space where a group of like-minded entrepreneurs and startups can work, meet, collaborate and socialize ideas on a single project. Kukun claims they have a large outdoor garden which is great for hosting events and reconnecting with nature after a long day’s work.
Kukun is located near Ako- Adjei park in the bustling area of Osu, Accra.
Just like other tech co-working space, Basecamp Initiative also runs incubator programmes geared towards the arts industry.
Basecamp Initiative goal has been to create a unique ecosystem of resources to help to build creative thinking communities in Africa, that will change the face of tomorrow.
Address: Crystal Park, Justice Azu Crabbe, East Legon, Accra
ImpactHub Accra is an innovational ecosystem which seeks to bring people to work at the intersection of innovation and society to collaboratively create impact with an entrepreneurial mindset.
It is part of the Impact Hub global network, whose mission is to support growth in the country through an innovative ecosystem which helps to build the next generation of the local tech community.
They Inspire, Connect and Enable disrupt mindsets, share expertise and the necessary tools to create a better future for all.
Address: Impact Hub Accra is located in Osu, close to Tea Baa
Hopin Academy is an innovative entrepreneurial organization located in the Northern Regional Capital (Tamale), providing goal-oriented, participatory, practice-oriented learning with the aid of technology.
They work with partners to deliver training and development opportunities to aspiring professionals and entrepreneurs. In carrying on its activities, Hopin Academy solicits donor partnership that offers innovative ways to bring opportunities to young people in northern Ghana.
They have successfully Nurtured 50+ Startups in Tamale and manage a number of communities including Tamale tech community and Tamale book club members.
Locate Hopin Academy at Yaa Musah Storey Building, Waterworks Rd. Tamale.
Established in 2016, Kumasi Hive is a co-working space that offers training space and marketspace, event and hardware studio as service.
Just like most of its counterpart, the Kumasi hive also offers a startup incubation program (Hive incubator & Business incubator) that give support business and individual to use their entrepreneurial skills to benefit the society.
Address: Hse 49, SE 29056 Drive, 2nd Turn Behind Mizpah School, Kumasi
Workshed is a co-working community founded by two young entrepreneurs with objectives of providing a workspace at an affordable rate for freelancers and startups to nurture and grow their businesses.
Address: Spintex Road, in the same building as HFC Bank Close to Baatsona Filling Station
Other Co-Working Spaces In Ghana are iCode, Ho Node, HapaSpace, Regus, Outpost, Soronko Academy and Takoradi Innovation Center.