LAGOS, Nigeria; 3rd June 2018


On Friday, 1 June 2018, Venture Garden Group (VGG) hosted the US Ambassador Stuart Symington and a delegation from the US Consulate at a pre-launch event for its new office space, Vibranium Valley which is housed on the grounds of the then renowned Concord Printing Press of Nigeria owned by the Late MKO Abiola.


Since inception 6 years ago, Venture Garden Group has quietly grown 6 fully owned entities focused on leveraging technology to create African solutions to African problems. In the past 2 years, the company has invested in 14 fintech-enabled companies across Nigeria and our early stage deployed capital has yielded over 5.6x portfolio returns and it is just getting started.

With the launch of its world-class office space, VGG takes the first step into its next chapter as together, the company works to grow an innovative and collaborative ecosystem that will transform Africa and the lives within it.

VGG Executive Director Kunmi Demuren, U.S. Ambassador W. Stuart Symington and VGG CEO Bunmi Akinyemiju
Ambassador W. Stuart Symington during his tour of Vibranium Valley
Ambassador W. Stuart Symington and VGG Executives viewing the Venture Garden Group mini Operational Command Center
Cross Section of Guests at Vibranium Valley
Ambassador W. Stuart Symington with Dr. Harold Demuren and Tunde Oremule
Ambassador W. Stuart Symington With a Young Guest












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