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WomHub is a boutique incubator, ecosystem builder and advisory firm, based in South Africa, supporting STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering and Manufacturing) innovators globally, with a specific focus on female founders in Africa. We have four areas of operation including building female engineering & tech talent, running incubators and accelerators, building female focussed cow-working and innovation spaces, and deploying capital currently through our venture arm, Five35 Ventures. 
WomHub have 18 years of experience in running boot camps, investing in start-ups and building entrepreneurship pipelines. WomHub has been running innovation challenges and incubator programmes, which are client-mandated designed to meet the needs and outcomes of our partners. WomHub’s tech hubs, powered by Cisco are the first female-focused working & tech innovation space. The Hubs provide a home a founders and/or businesses who are part of WomHub’s in-residency incubator and accelerator programmes in South Africa. While WomHub’s focus is on female founders, we have equally robust experience in running hackathons and incubators that are gender agnostic. 

Beyond the robust entrepreneurship development programmes, WomHub’s unique offering is the nexus of entrepreneurship, innovation engineering and tech. WomHub is a spin-out from our non-profit WomEng, which has been working on outreach and developing key STEM capabilities globally, and diversity, equity & inclusion in STEM since 2006. WomEng supports the attraction and development of women and girls in the engineering and tech industry and provides early-stage venture building support within the engineering ecosystem as well as a global commitment with UNESCO to support 1 million girls through STEM education.

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