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iLab, a startup incubator based in Liberia, has announced that it is opening a channel for the growth of start-ups in Liberia called Liberia IT Revolution.

The Liberia IT revolution is a two year project to help build the Liberian technological ecosystem. Through the project, the hub is looking to provide facilities and expertise to technology startups with solutions in mobile technology, internet technology, software and web development. The hub will also help these startups in gaining access to market opportunities.

According to the organisers, “The project targets existing IT businesses, university graduates and senior graduates, with a passion for entrepreneurship in technology. We are looking for participants that have the ambition and skills to energize the Liberian IT scene.”

iLab Liberia was founded by Ushahidi Liberia consultants in 2011 and it aims to improve the IT ecosystem in Liberia.

Interested technology enthusiasts can signup here.

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