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Implications of the Startup Bill for Digital Businesses in Nigeria

As of September 2022, over 481 startups were operating in Nigeria and 383 of those raised more than $2 billion in just seven years.

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Buhari Signs Nigeria Startups Bill into law . FG Announces N10b Young Innovators Fund

Isa Pantami, the Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, disclosed this while briefing State House correspondents at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.

Breaking: Nigeria Startup Bill Now an Act as Buhari Assents to Bill

The Bill has become Nigeria Start-Up Act, 2022

Future of Work Means More Opportunities . Nigeria’s First Hurdle is Signing the Startup Bill into Law

Stanley Achonu, Nigeria Country Director of The ONE Campaign writes from Abuja

SPPG Students Evaluate Nigeria Startup Bill Impact

The Whitepaper project significant benefits, if the Act is well implemented.

Regulation & Innovation: NITDA DG Highlights Startup Bill as the Game Changer at GAT Summit 2022

Inuwa assured attendees of the event that the government is not sitting in its oars but working tirelessly to encourage and support entrepreneurs and young innovators to succeed

House of Rep Passes Nigeria Startup Bill; Objectives Reiterated

All that is left is the approval by the President of Nigeria and the Bill becomes Law

VC Funding, Nigeria Startup Bill and other Soundbites from 10th Digital Africa Conference

Nigerian Startup Bill Awaits passage in the National Assembly; other key discussions at the 10th Digital Africa Conference and Exhibition, held in Abuja; curated Frederick Apeji

European Union Plans to Invest over €800m in the Nigeria’s Digital Economy Space – Vestager

The European Union (EU) under its Gateway Initiative has disclosed plans to invest about Eight Hundred and Twenty Million Euros in the Nigerian Digital Economy sector over the next three…