EDC started its operation in 2003 in an incubation space provided by the University. Within a decade, EDC’s model was replicated in 5 different African countries, its alumni base increased significantly, collaboration with foreign and local development agencies and other enterprise development centers also grew enabling it to take up several nationwide assignments in the last seven (7) years.
As a result of this, the initial capacity became too constrained both in physical space and in reflecting the efficiency of our work capacity. With the development of the new EDC Green Building, we were able to expand our capacity to develop more entrepreneurs and efficiently integrate our processes. It has also provided us with the platform to keep us at the cutting edge of enterprise development.
Surrounded by nature’s beauty, the green building which is situated northward of the Lagos Business School has adequate modern facilities that enable flexibility in learning
Reception, convertible Lobby/Foya, main Cafeteria, Kitchen Board Room, Alumni Office, Creche, Open Garden and Visitors room
About 100 layers of Solar Panels and batteries at the second floor and roof top
Censored lights at every location
CCTV and Access Control at doorways
Conveniences on every floor
Sustainability – Efficient use of Financial and Material Resources
Reduced Energy Consumption
Efficient Water Management
Providing an excellent work place environment that emphasize on quality and innovation
Flexibility and adaptability
High indoor air quality
An innovative building that serves as a model for other Nigerian institutions
Enterprise Development Centre (EDC) is the Entrepreneurship Centre of the Pan-Atlantic University.
Set up in 2003 as the Centre for Enterprise Development Services (EDS), the Centre emerged as a direct response to the dearth of available professional business development and support services to small and growing businesses in Nigeria.