Are you an aspiring business owner?

Let us help you get the knowledge and skills you need to become successful

We provide co-working space, business incubation and technical assistance to start up and emerging enterprises by linking them to a network of services for growth and success. We facilitate this through skills and knowledge transfer, information sharing and providing access to resources, opportunities and networking platforms. We are:

  • An ED-certified non-profit organization
  • Backed by prominent initiatives like Digital Malawi and the Segal Family Foundation
  • Committed to the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals of ending poverty, hunger, and inequality

Your success is our success. Take a look below at some of the companies we have helped to start, and find out which of our services are right for you.




Jobs Created


Youth Trained


Students Mentored

Bizcubation (Business Incubation)

We connect business experts, co-working facilities, investors, networking events, and capacity-building sessions for the benefit of 25 youth-led startups annually. These startups will get mentorship on their business model, market strategy, and investor proposals. The class runs for 6 months (3 months capacity building and 3 months implementation support) and is sector agnostic.

Entrepreneurship Education & Outreach (EEO)

Investing in our local community is at that core of what Mzuzu E-Hub stands for. We offer career advice and inspirational talks at local schools in order to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs. Additionally, we have raised over $100,000 USD to cover the construction costs of buildings that will help better serve our community. These funds have helped to build a library, health center, and secondary school in Chipunga.

Media and Information Literacy Education (MILE)

We provide digital skills trainings, awareness and literacy workshops to bridge the digital literacy gap amongst youth and women in Malawi. Skills trainings include photography, videography, music/sound engineering, radio/podcasting, coding, creative writing/blogging, graphic design, web/app development. Awareness and literacy sessions vary according to topic of discussion and community needs.