Connect with us

StartUPs

Founder Institute releases Lagos Ecosystem Canvas v2 (See Infographics)

Published

on

Founder Institute Lagos
Lagos Founder Institute meetup session

Despite the harsh economic conditions of last year due to the covid-19 pandemic and the resulting lockdown, African start-ups were still able to raise a substantial amount of venture capital.

According to the latest WeeTracker venture capital report for 2020, African start-ups raised $727.27million from 478 Venture Capital deals in 2020.

Not surprisingly, Nigeria tops the list like previous years.

However, the road to raising funding, or accessing other required support for Nigerian startups is neither straightforward nor easy.

To help ease this challenge, Stanbic IBTC Founder Institute Lagos recently released the updated Lagos Startup Resources List – a repository of over 500 startup ecosystem players in Lagos State, Nigeria’s economic and technology capital.

This project was led by the Lagos Directors; Ifedy Eze, Wande Adalemo, Rotimi Fasuyi, Omobola Omofaiye, Chika Nwogu and Adeboye Idowu.  

The Regional Director for Africa, Founder Institute, Chukwuemeka Fred Agbata Jnr., said “Our primary focus at FI Lagos is to add value to early-stage entrepreneurs by providing all the support and resources they need to develop and make their ideas a reality in the present ecosystem. On this premise, the team – with their vast and varied experience in entrepreneurship and the startup ecosystem, prioritized creating this database to make the startup journey easier. This Resource List benefits all members of the ecosystem, and we also thank all the builders and pillars of the ecosystem for the hard work of supporting Nigerian innovation”.

The resource document which FI Lagos says requires input from users and ecosystem builders lists over 300 accelerators, investors, and incubators along with other information.

ALSO READ  Standard Chartered, Educare partner towards empowering education sector

They have created a collaborative Google document to collate additional information and make the document a 100% resource for upcoming startup-up founders.

Are you looking to build a startup in Lagos? Then apply to the Lagos Founder Institute today and also check out current alumni here.

 

@TechEconomyNG connects past-present-emerging technological impacts on Businesses, People and Cities. All Correspondence to: [email protected]

Advertisement
Click to comment

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Facebook