Meet Anebi Agbo

Meet Anebi Agbo


Founder – Eikon Labs

Written by Tom Kelly

Anebi is an immigrant from Nigeria who moved to America 11 years ago. He has spent the last decade building companies and working with organizations ranging from startups to Fortune 500 to build data-driven products and high-performance teams.

As the Founder of Eikon Labs, a web and digital experience studio, he is focused on helping businesses with strategies and tactical help to get better ROI from their website and other digital channel investments.

Tell us a little more about your current role with your organization and how it has impacted the start-up ecosystem here in the greater Phoenix region?

I started Eikon Labs to work alongside small to mid-sized businesses and the hard working founders in the startup ecosystem.

When I’m not consulting and building products, I actively support the Phoenix tech and startup community, including being a city lead for Faithtech Phoenix, Webflow Community leader, and an active board advisor to organizations like Per Scholas Phoenix and Radhash.

Have you had any memorable connections at Venture Café Phoenix? If so, please tell us how you met them, who they are and how they have impacted you and your organization?

I’ve met so many incredible folks at Venture Café Phoenix! One of these being Sherri Barry, co-founder of FABRIC Incubator Tempe. It’s been awesome to learn about this resource in our local ecosystem and inspired some projects in the works with my mom, a professor of fashion design and textile merchandising.

Biggest Failures and Lessons Learned?

Making projections for my business based on pipeline vs cash in the bank. Cost me 40k and taught some lessons about making realistic plans.

Biggest Successes/Most Fulfilling Moments

Being a dad

Can you discuss your experience at Venture Café Phoenix and any impact the event has had on your organization?

Venture Café Phoenix gatherings and programming have been a great catalyst to meet cool people doing great work. I’ve been able to build some lasting partnerships and ample opportunities to add value.

Advice to Aspiring Entrepreneurs and People Looking for their Passion

Looking for that ‘one’ passion is often an elusive pursuit. Follow your curiosity and experiment with different things. Along the way, you’ll inevitably find a few you are passionate about – double down on those.

Most Impactful Book?

Linchpin: are you indispensable? – Seth Godin
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