Nigeria Startup Act

It’s time for startups to participate in the creation of laws that concern startups — The Nigeria Startup Act is a joint initiative by Nigeria’s tech ecosystem and the Presidency to harness the potential of our digital economy through co-created regulations. The Act will ensure that Nigeria's la... Read more

It’s time for startups to participate in the creation of laws that concern startups — The Nigeria Startup Act is a joint initiative by Nigeria’s tech ecosystem and the Presidency to harness the potential of our digital economy through co-created regulations. The Act will ensure that Nigeria's laws and regulations are friendly, clear, planned and work for the tech ecosystem.

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Nigeria Startup Act Myths Debunked

With every new act passed by the government, there are always reservations about its feasibility in terms of its ability to weather the rigorous bottlenecks involved in its implementation.Since the Nigeria Startup Bill was passed into law by the government, i…

 
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Our new website is now live!

The wait is finally over. We are excited to announce that the new website for the Nigeria Startup Act is now LIVE!Now, you can get more information about the Nigeria Startup Act and how it supports you as a startup. You can catch up on the latest news, events…

 
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The role of state adoption in the Nigeria Startup Act

The Nigeria Startup Act has the potential to transform the Nigerian startup ecosystem. In the last decade, the tech ecosystem has grown tremendously, and the Act seeks to facilitate further growth.States like Lagos and Abuja have served as major centers of st…

 
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How to position your startup for the best

Have you ever heard the saying that you attract what you are?As a company, this means the way you position yourself can make or break your business. If you want to attract high-ticket customers, you have to present yourself as a premium brand.In the same vein…

 
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What’s Next After The President's Assent?

The signing of the Nigeria Startup Bill into law was greeted with optimism, enthusiasm, and concerns. Now that the bill has been passed into law, you may be wondering; what's next?Well, today we will be discussing two of the key events that would follow for t…

 
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Welcome to a new dispensation🎉

It's a new dawn for the Nigerian tech ecosystem🎉

 
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At last, the bill becomes law🎉

Yesterday was a historic day for the Nigerian startup ecosystem🎉Our hearts are full of joy as we announce that President Muhammadu Buhari has signed the Nigeria Startup Bill into law.The President assented to the bill on Wednesday, 19th of October 2022. The M…

 
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We are driving complete state adoption

As we gear up for the president's assent to the Nigeria Startup Bill (NSB), it is pertinent to reinstate the importance of state adoption in achieving the goals of the bill. The Federal Government is committed to the full adoption of the NSB to ensure it work…

 
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Is your company a Nigerian startup? Be sure.

We are one step closer to the passage of the Nigeria Startup Bill into law.In July, the Nigeria Startup Bill was passed by the National Assembly, and in September, the bill was transmitted to the President for his assent. As we anticipate the President’s asse…

 
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NSB Blog: Supporting startups with funding to succeed

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Senate transmits Nigeria Startup Bill for President's assent

Earlier this week, on Monday 19th September 2022, the Nigeria Startup Bill was transmitted to the President for his assent, marking another major milestone for the bill. This is its final step towards becoming an act – the Nigeria Startup Act (NSA).To prepare…

 
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The Operational Structure of the Nigeria Startup Bill

As we draw closer to the President's assent to the Nigeria Startup Bill (NSB), let's examine the bill’s operational structure as provided for in the third part of the NSB.The NSB proposes the establishment of the National Council for Digital Innovation and En…

 
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Nigeria dominates as Google supports 60 African startups

As Nigerian startups continue to record major milestones, the Nigeria Startup Bill (NSB) comes into effect to make it easier for more startups to achieve greater milestones. Kashifu Inuwa, Director-General of the National Information Technology Development Ag…

 
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NSB Blog: The Economic Downturn and Venture Capital Slowdown

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Fundraising and the Nigeria Startup Bill

Nigerian startups have raised quite a ton of money over the years. Nairametrics reported that startups operating in the country raised a sum of $1.65 billion across 91 deals in 2021.According to Temitayo Jaiyeola correspondent, Punch News, these investments m…

 
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NSB Blog: Driving State Adoption and Implementation of the NSB

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Hope is not a strategy. The Nigeria Startup Bill is

Growing concerns about the unemployment rate in Nigeria and Africa at large have inspired and united non-governmental organizations across the continent to develop campaigns aimed at suggesting practical solutions to the government. Recently, ONE Campaign and…

 
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NSB Blog: Harnessing Trade and Investment Opportunities for the Growth of the Nigerian Tech Ecosystem

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How much do you want the NSB to succeed?

Startup founders are already excited about the future the Nigeria Startup Bill (NSB) will make possible. ThisDay reports how Advansio's CEO, as well as its co-founder, are optimistic about their company and industry as a result of supportive legislatures, inc…

 
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Bringing state governments into the limelight

No, we don't mean to get ahead of ourselves! But we can't help but think the President will sign the Nigeria Startup Bill into law sooner rather than later! It is exciting, isn't it? But passing the bill into law is not all that needs to be done to achieve it…