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    Nigerian tech startups raked in $120.6m from investors in 2020 – Reports

    Nigerian tech startups raked in $120.6m from investors in 2020 Now the Nigerian Startup Funding Report says

    Intelligence by Techpoint reached out to featured startups to confirm their figures and indicate if they are open to more funding.

    Below are some of the highlights of the report:

    More than 100 investors (individual and institutions) participated in funding rounds of over 50 Nigerian tech startups in 2020
    The Financial Services services sector got the biggest share of the total funding for the year
    As with 2019, Financial Services providers got the highest funding round for the year
    Fifteen startups raised at least a million dollars each in 2020
    Year-on-year analysis and trends
    Details of featured startups

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