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Many times, people make mistakes in their startup choice for investments purposes. The startup they assume will fly usually are not the ones that do. Thereby wasting money investing in all these. These decisions are important, and realising that we did not root for the right startup can hurt our financial pockets. However, here is a list of 3 startups to watch out for in 2022.


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  • GetEquity
  • Lazer Pay
  • Norebase

Get Equity

This starts at an interesting pace. At GetEquity, their job is to create a catalogue to enable entrepreneurs to get the funding to scale their businesses. Its founders, William Okafor, Jude Dike and Temitope Ekundayo, ensured that the app allows regular Nigerians to access the booming startup market. It is amazing what can be achieved via the app; one can scale through all available startups and invest for as low as $10. Founders can request increased funding similar to growing their businesses.

Lazerpay

This amazing app is like the Paystack for crypto. It does exactly what you think it does. The app enables crypto payments to be easy, effortless and seamless. You cannot have a problem with this app. The amazing fact is that they are founded by the most exciting mix of creatives, Emanuel Njoku, Abdulfatai Suleiman and Prosper Ubi. This means that various sources of creativity came into creating this app. As a startup, they have secured whooping investments from different sponsors. These sponsors also help them with mentors and seminars to maximise their money.


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  • Norebase

Let’s imagine a world where you can seamlessly file your patent. Not just national but international property law. A place that covers everything you need in Nigeria and across the continent, Norebase as an app offers all its users the ability to start from scratch any process involving their patent registration. They handle everything a business needs from start to finish, not just in a certain vicinity where they find themselves but across the board. This app is game-changing, and the founders are really up to something. Tola Onayemi and Tope Obanla have made it a point of duty to ensure that the African economy gets the best of the best when it comes to intellectual property registration.

For a start, these are the top 3 Nigerian startup companies to watch out for in 2022. More startups are definitely on their way to the limelight. This article is simply a suggestion meant to serve as a guide, not a rule when placing your eggs in different baskets or investing in a startup. These above startups have created a solid plan to ensure long term profitability. Their game plan is ready to change is, and our game plan is also reliable. They are the best in their field. We hope you found this useful, and we also know that you have a few startups that should be on this list. Feel free to tag them in the comment session.

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This article was first published on 2nd April 2022

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Ikenna Nwachukwu holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. He loves to look at the world through multiple lenses- economic, political, religious and philosophical- and to write about what he observes in a witty, yet reflective style.


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