TechHub Harare, Nurture Early Stage Start-ups to Grow
Tinashe Zvakasikwa
January 18, 2021

Headquartered in Harare, Zimbabwe, Tech Hub Harare is a co-working platform that provides start-ups with collaboration, learning and networking opportunities. The non-profit platform supports early-stage start-ups with space, internet and mentorship.

In addition, the hub serves as a fully equipped and convenient pre-incubation hub and co-working space where start-ups can connect with mentors, industry experts, freelancers, and advisors to nature their ideas into investable ventures.

From fintech, healthcare, to travel industries and more, it is an exciting time for ventures and SMEs alike in this city’s innovation community.

Since 2018, TechHub Harare has supported the growth of passionate technology, education, energy and agri-business start-ups through its platform.

Among some of the start-ups housed within the hub are Solarpro Zimbabwe, Print shop Harare, Toners and Inks Zimbabwe, and Bargain Centre.

The goal is to grow innovative entrepreneurs from the ground up while solving community problems. Over fifty start-ups located in Harare have benefited from Tech Hub Harare’s events hosted to support technology-led innovation.

As a friendly environment for start-ups, collaboration is encouraged, and the platform is dedicated to accelerating the application of social capital and technology for economic prosperity. Its incubation program is designed to scale and grow business ideas into sustainable ventures. 

The hub shares the space with the founder’s other start-ups which support the running costs of the centre. Although Tech Hub Harare is 100% owned by its founder, the startup is currently looking for partners.

Additionally, it offers mentorship and consultation for start-ups founders, backed by experienced business experts, who are part of the founders’ network. If so wish to contact TechHub Harare,please contact Techub via