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Lagos 'Garage' Supports Innovation & Much-Needed SME Development

"GE made a massive commitment to skills development and job creation in Nigeria with the launch of a permanent installation of the Lagos Garage, which is a hub for training, strategy development, advanced manufacturing-based innovation and collaboration." Find out more. More on GE in Africa in this BRIEFING.

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The GE Lagos Garage features cutting-edge equipment which includes 3D printers, laser cutters and much more.

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(From left) Lazarus Angbazo, CEO & President GE Nigeria; Abdul Ahmed Mustapha, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Wealth Creation & Employment; Keturah Ovio-Onoweya, CEO and Founder of and Simeon Ononobi, Founder of Simple Pay participate in a panel discussion about how skills development is critical to the growth of the Nigerian economy.

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The first group of trainees at the all-new GE Lagos Garage.

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GE Africa President and CEO Jay Ireland (centre) officially opened the Lagos Garage.


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