Nigeria start-ups attract $126m investment deals in 9months despite virus outbreak
Despite the COVID-19 outbreak that has obstructed the global economy, Nigeria’s start-ups attracted over $126million investment deals in the first nine months in 2020. Experts in the country’s start-up ecosystem say it is an indication that entrepreneurship is gaining momentum in the country.
A recent venture capital data compilation by Startuplist Africa – a data-driven platform that focuses on African start-ups shows that start-ups in the financial services industry accounted for the largest investment deals of the total investments for the period…
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