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Top Coworking Spaces in Madagascar

20000 MGA /d
Le BOP, Antananarivo



In surroundings influenced by natural materials, the BOP offers a friendly atmosphere which lends itself perfectly to the... More

10000 MGA /d



COWORKING SPACE HABAKA is a concept to discover for the freelances. Modern, the COWORKING SPACE HABAKA is located in a ... More

Workshop Idea Center, Antananarivo

Workshop Idea Center


in the "moramora" country , our mission is simple : “ To inspire creativity and productivity through world-class educat... More

Red Zone Coworking, Antananarivo

Red Zone Coworking


Red Zone is a company offering desktop solutions through the coworking concept. Currently, we have three workspaces on An... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Madagascar

A place that I really recommend for this conviviality and the situation in town center of Tana when you w... Show More
Hery Jerison Razafitsiarovana
Local in the city center and easily accessible, in a business district. Ideal for mobile workers who do n... Show More
Onisoa Ratovoson
Nous avons monté notre start-up au BOP, et nous pouvons dire que c'était l'espace idéal ! Flexible, ou... Show More
Benoit Benhamou
'Le BOP' was the best way to work on my projects and promote them efficiently. All equipments within the ... Show More
Enzo Pannozzo

Officially the Republic of Madagascar, it is an island country floating in the Indian Ocean where lemurs romp amidst the rainforests. A biodiversity hot spot, it is home to thousands of unique animals that will not be found anywhere else on the earth. Decorated with stunning beaches fringed with reefs, Madagascar sits off the coast of Southeast Africa and is the 4th largest island on the planet. Near its capital, Antananarivo, you will find burial grounds and palaces on an ancient hillside complex known as "Ambohimanga", plus a dirt road lined with mammoth century old trees, the "Avenue of the Baobabs".

A mere 4.6% of its population (23,812,681) is connected to the Internet with all of that percentage jumping onto Facebook for some social interaction. The locals consider the Internet sites outside of the country to be a reliable source of information, as they cannot be regulated by the regime. Most political groups and parties use the Internet extensively to put their own agendas out into the country. Despite its laws of freedom of speech and the press, this is usually ignored.

There is no dynamic startup ecosystem happening here, it is more like a tiny blip on the radar. Orange Digital Ventures (a part of the Orange Group) has established an investment fund with the aim of providing seed funding for companies developing advanced technological solutions in 17 African countries designed to be a growth catalyst, of which Madagascar is one. A country where 90% of its population live below or on the International Poverty Line, its economy has further been weakened by recent political turmoil. Madagascar's development strategy is based in ecotourism, agriculture and greater investment in health, education and private enterprise.

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