"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.
GE's First Permanent 'Garage' in Lagos Supports Innovation and Much-Needed SME Development
GE Africa, 25 November 2016
Never before in history has innovation offered promise of so much to so many in so short a time," said multi-billionaire Microsoft co-founder, CEO and author Bill Gates. In… Read more »
The GE Lagos Garage features cutting-edge equipment which includes 3D printers, laser cutters and much more.
GE Launches 'Garages' Advanced Manufacturing Program in Lagos, Nigeria
GE Africa, 23 November 2016
Co-located with the GE Lagos offices in Victoria Island, the Lagos Garage will offer a year-round series of skills training programs focused on building the next generation of… Read more »
(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 Qeturah.com 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.
The first group of trainees at the all-new GE Lagos Garage.
GE Africa President and CEO Jay Ireland (centre) officially opened the Lagos Garage.
The GE Garages experiences was created by GE in March 2012 to reinvigorate interest in invention, innovation, and manufacturing. Co-located with the GE Lagos offices in Victoria ... Read more »
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