In a brief note, to which VerAngola had access, the company explains that the incubator was created to "develop, train, promote and advise Startups".
"With the inauguration of the 'Unitel Go' incubator, UNITEL promises to continue to support Angola's entrepreneurs and developers to make their projects functional and profitable, contributing to the country's sustainable development", adds the operator.
Capable of housing a total of 33 people, the space is located at Unitel's headquarters, in Maianga, in Luanda.
According to Angop, an auditorium, meeting room and decompression facilities for more than 30 seats are part of the space, which is also equipped with tables, chairs, internet and other technological resources.
The incubator wants to work to help more than 2000 businesses, both individual and collective, writes Angop.
Interested parties will be able to use this place and make use of computers to transfer their ideas from paper to reality and design businesses and companies.
According to Unitel's innovation manager, Henrique Costa, entrepreneurs will be able to take advantage of training in accounting, marketing and also to compete in internal competitions.
Cited by Angop, the official also clarified that those interested in accessing this space should consult social networks or go to Unitel stores.