Nairobi Garage has added business services to its package for start ups

The co-working space at the heart of the city is growing

___7087432___https:______static.pulse.com.gh___webservice___escenic___binary___7087432___2017___8___3___9___Westlands+lounge

Africa’s largest co-working space Nairobi Garage has launched its Nairobi Garage Business Services, giving innovative young member companies unprecedented access to market leading business firms.

For the first time in Kenya, Nairobi Garage Business Services makes the country’s top professional service providers accessible to startups and small businesses.

Nairobi Garage members now have access to Accounting, Legal, and Leadership Coaching packages, offered through specially negotiated partnerships with local professional services firms.

The initiative recognises the need for startups to receive more support and better value from service providers, and aims to connect entrepreneurs with the best quality service providers. Nairobi Garage hopes the new initiative will serve to make the ecosystem more transparent and traversable.

“Even the best startups need access to key professional services - but it can be tough to identify the top providers, and agree on a reasonable fee. This can lead to startups failing to make use of vital business support services. Nairobi Garage Business Services has changed that. Our members can be secure in the knowledge that all the professional services they need are now at their fingertips, and priced to win,” says Hannah Clifford, director of Nairobi Garage.

“Over the past months we have diligently vetted local service providers, crafted tailored package offerings, and negotiated affordable prices to bring reliable professional services to our members. We believe it is our role as a co-working hub to ensure our members have access to all the services they need to grow their businesses effectively.”

The Nairobi Garage has become one of the most sought after working spaces with a stellar list of startups including Branch,Umati Capital and Internet of Elephants incubating at its premises.

JOIN OUR PULSE COMMUNITY!

Eyewitness? Submit your stories now via social or:

Email: news@pulselive.co.ke

Recommended articles

Amazing transformation of 21-year-old man bullied for being born different (video)

Amazing transformation of 21-year-old man bullied for being born different (video)

Abel Mutua's movie makes over Sh4M in 5 days

Abel Mutua's movie makes over Sh4M in 5 days

Sh79,000 per month jobs for Kenyans without degrees

Sh79,000 per month jobs for Kenyans without degrees

How Janet Mbugua's husband Eddie landed Sh240 million deal with Chinese investors

How Janet Mbugua's husband Eddie landed Sh240 million deal with Chinese investors

5 things you should never do to please a woman

5 things you should never do to please a woman

British MP claims she didn't know her flat was owned by the Kenyatta family

British MP claims she didn't know her flat was owned by the Kenyatta family

Janet Mbugua's husband thrown at the centre of nasty fight at Ole Sereni Hotel [Video]

Janet Mbugua's husband thrown at the centre of nasty fight at Ole Sereni Hotel [Video]

Tiwa Savage breaks silence after her raunchy tape leaked online [Screenshot]

Tiwa Savage breaks silence after her raunchy tape leaked online [Screenshot]

5 ways to have more mind-blowing sex in your relationship

5 ways to have more mind-blowing sex in your relationship