TechHub has officially launched, making the first tech startup coworking space in Iraq a reality
TechHub is a community hub for tech startups in Iraq, headquartered in the city of Erbil, Iraq. TechHub is created to give budding Iraqi techstars the springboard they need to build, grow and scale their startup in a fully supportive tech environment.
Their mission is to provide cutting-edge environment to nurture a tech entrepreneurial spirit and provide the platform to help early-stage tech entrepreneurs with the necessary means for sustainable growth.
The coworking space offers meeting rooms, training halls, a canteen, shared communal areas, fibre optic internet access and printing facilities.
Some companies operating out of the TechHub coworking space include several startups, MSELECT, Bite.Tech, and TechHub itself. TechHub is also home to the humanitarian organisations, Re:coded and 51Labs, who use the TechHub space for their teams, as well as to host workshops and training sessions.
TechHub provides a platform for exclusive workshops, events, pitch bootcamps, hackathons and startup bootcamps which provide knowledge and business acumen of tech industry experts. Recent workshops have been dedicated to UI/UX design and Design Thinking, both organised by Re:coded.
TechHub is founded and run by successful, experienced tech entrepreneurs and their network can can highly beneficial to the members.