We are thrilled to announce the launch of our bi-monthly newsletter titled The Innospire – Innovate, Inspire, Impact: The Innospire Way aimed at keeping you up-to-date with the latest happenings at our Technology and Entrepreneurship Centre (TEC).

  • At TEC, we believe that innovation and entrepreneurship are the keys to driving sustainable development and impactful projects. With this in mind, we have established several partnerships that have helped us to create unique opportunities for students, faculty, and industry partners to collaborate and develop profitable, sustainable and impactful projects. At TEC, we are passionate about fostering innovation and entrepreneurship amongst our students, faculty, and industry partners. Our state-of-the-art space is designed to inspire creativity and provide the tools necessary to turn ideas into profitable and impactful ventures. Through our tailored offerings, we provide a platform for our community to collaborate and leverage the power of partnerships and technology to drive meaningful change.
  • The Innospire is an opportunity to stay informed about the latest activities and happenings at the centre. From new partnerships with industry leaders to upcoming events and project success stories, our newsletter will provide valuable insights and updates to all members. Join us on this journey to transform ideas into reality and make a difference in our community and beyond.

Key Partners

  • Connecting Climate Entrepreneurs (CCE) Lab is a joint effort between the Office of the Special Presidential Envoy for Climate (SPEC), the office of Global Partnerships (E/GP), the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA), Salesforce, LinkedIn, General Electric (GE) and Academic City University College. The primary objective of the CCE Lab is to address the pressing issue of climate change while promoting economic empowerment in developing countries through the cultivation of entrepreneurial ventures that offer climate solutions. The lab endeavors to facilitate global green growth by fostering
    startup-driven innovation.
  • Arm Limited is a semiconductor and software design company based in Cambridge, UK. To support digitization initiatives across emerging economies, Arm has launched the Arm (E3)NGAGE lab focused on engaging, educating, and cultivating local technology ecosystems while making Arm a central pillar of the computing ecosystems in Africa. Programs and initiatives will also seek to catalyze startups and developer communities in the region. The long-term impact of the
    (E3)NGAGE lab model across targeted ecosystems includes an increase in the awareness and prominence of Arm’s technologies, capacity, and ecosystem capabilities.
  • MakeLab centres are in Israel, Nigeria and Ghana fostering creativity, which is the engine of innovation. MakeLab is the platform for everyone to come, use the tools and fabrication means, explore, create, share and contribute back to the MakeLab Network community and the physical centres – which are being developed by the community itself.