Go Lab

The future, today.

About Us

Go Lab is a Durban-based company that is passionate about innovation, creativity and design. We believe in using the latest technologies to help young people develop their creative skills — all while having some fun in the process.

Vision

The world is changing faster than ever. Young people need skills with emerging technologies in order to get ahead. At Go Lab we aim to provide learners with these skills through interactive technology. As a result, our labs are a place where design, technology and software meet. It’s a new kind of learning.

Mission

We work toward our vision by providing an environment where learners feel like they can experiment and innovate — not where they feel afraid to make a mistake.

To this end, our projects are interactive, challenging and fun.

So what will your child do at Go Lab?

A lot. They’ll learn how to use 3D printers, all the way from making toys to functional tools. With Little Bits, they’ll build their own robots. (Yes, seriously.) With Arduinos, they’ll create everything from lights to household gadgets and even their own computers. The sky really is the limit.

STEM Principles

We believe that the principles learned in our labs shouldn’t just be engaging, though. They should also have real world uses. That’s why we strive to instill STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) concepts in our learners. We want the kids to gain skills they can use in a variety of areas — from making interactive toys all the way to making the next invention that will change the world.

Sustainability

For us, sustainability is key. We believe in working in harmony with the environment. That’s why we put a premium on multi-purpose projects, reusable materials and environmentally-friendly energy.

In Conclusion

As you can probably tell, we’re really excited to be on this innovation journey! We hope you are too. If you have any queries, feel free to contact us at XXX or email at YYY@gmail.com. We look forward to hearing from you.

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