3rd Mainland Bridge’s closure is imminent. Are you prepared?

It’s no longer news that the ever-busy 3rd Mainland Bridge, the major link between Lagos Mainland and Island, is set to be partially closed for up to 6 months for repairs. While it’s a good move, people’s health and businesses would be affected.

If you commute to Lagos Island daily via the bridge, what plans have you put in place to safeguard your health and business during this period? Have you even thought about this yet? Here’s what you can do:
  • Work from home for the entire 6 months, if you can. As you may have now realized, staying productive while working from home can be a challenge, that’s why we came up with this resource: How to be productive while working from home
  • If working from home isn’t an option, you should work from Hub One, a coworking space & innovation hub in Yaba, Lagos. Hub One offers you a professional office space, unlimited internet, constant power supply, a community of like minds and the opportunity to grow your business through partnerships, collaborations and possible investments. 

    Because Hub One is strategically located on the mainland, it will help you save hours you would have spent in traffic!
  • Sign up for a Virtual Office plan at Hub One. With this option, your commute is greatly reduced as you only visit the office when you have important meetings or documents to pick up.
Whatever option you choose, we’re here to help you stay healthy, productive and grow your business during this period.
For further information, reach us on WhatsApp (07066607441) or email (info@theleadspace.co). For business support and advisory services, schedule a meeting with the Team here


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