The aim of Eko Acceleration Program is to accelerate startup businesses that already have a Minimum Viable Product (MVP)

Our acceleration mode ranges from help providing advisory services, working space, financing to connecting these businesses to connections that could help them get to commercialization.These businesses are businesses that require scaling, have high impact and fall under our M-RAHF Sectors. All this is done for equity in these businesses.

Concept To Commercialization


Our core focus areas will form the basis for ideation. The Centre will find the big ideas and concepts that can solve the biggest challenges facing Lagos and will focus on working to create solutions curated with the best teams.​


Creating simple experimental models of a proposed solution used to test or validate ideas, design assumptions and other aspects of its conceptualization; quickly and cheaply.


The Centre through support of investors and ecosystem players will provide the necessary resources to commercialize the MVP.


Once the market has accepted the products and there is traction, growth funds will be provided to scale the business..


Over the years Lagos traffic has been a major concern to Lagosians, spending more than six hours on the road due to congestion on the road. Eko Innovation Centre has called out the innovators to pitch ideas on how to solve this traffic issue.


Market Access

Connecting brands with people by fostering borderless transactions, opening new markets and removing every barrier to smooth-sailing of trade, including infrastructural hurdles.

Renewable Energy

Leveraging the power problem to provide solar and renewable energy solutions to homes and businesses, thereby reducing carbon emission and access to clean energy.


Solving food security problems through product re-distribution and delivery to final users.


Providing quality and affordable healthcare and directory services for Nigerians.


Providing financial service solutions by integrating technology into companies’ offerings in order to improve their use and end-to-end delivery to consumers.

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