Nomad Capitalist: The Best Coworking Spaces in Africa for 2016
One of the biggest perceived challenges of nomad life is the language barrier. Most English-speaking countries are expensive to live in and highly taxed if you spend too much time there. I believe that frontier countries like Nigeria will see an increasing flow of nomads looking for a familiar language without the nonsense as time goes on.
Lagos has a ton of co-working spaces and incubators to choose from, with some specializing in fin-tech or NGO work and others being open to all. Our favorite is Capital Square, which has a modern approach and is easy to work with. While they are locating a bit outside of the city center, their entire vibe is just cool.
A monthly membership costs about $125 each month, with the ability to pay a little extra for a permanent desk or a locker. Internet speeds are fast by local standards, even as Nigeria has some of the fastest internet in Africa.
Best co-working space: The Capital Square, The Garnet, Lekki Epe Express Road, Lekki
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