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280 startups from Nigeria, others for AIM 2022

Coven Works Inc, which is the Official Startup Partner for the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) 2022, has expressed its readiness to take about 280 startups from Nigeria

Coven Works Inc, which is the Official Startup Partner for the Annual Investment Meeting (AIM) 2022, has expressed its readiness to take about 280 startups from Nigeria and other parts of the globe to participate at the 11th edition of the AIM scheduled for March 29 to 31st, 2022 at the Dubai Exhibition Center, EXPO 2020 Dubai, UAE.
  
With the theme: ‘Investments in sustainable innovation for a thriving future’, founder of Coven Works, Sola Amusan, said that “Partnering with AIM was a highly welcome idea when it came to seeking a partner and organisation that is a well-known investment platform in Dubai, one that supports small and mid-size enterprises (SMEs) and startups to maximize their potential, expand their network, and grow globally. Our shared belief is to empower startups, especially those in Nigeria, to achieve more’’.
 

  
Director-General of the AIM, Walid Farghal, said: “In these challenging times, it is imperative to provide startups and SMEs with the maximum support they need, as they contribute so much to economic strength and development globally. Through our partner CovenWorks Inc, we are expanding this opportunity to the vibrant startup ecosystem in Nigeria. Their participation will serve as a vital tool to receive support from the global investment community and investors.
  
“At AIM, startups get the opportunity to learn about growth strategies and promote their products, services, and ideas. AIM is picking winners in every vertical on every continent and making them powerful enough to take on the giants in their fields.”

 

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