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Moove, Piggyvest make LinkedIn’s top 10 Nigerian startups

LinkedIn on Wednesday published a list of the top 10 innovative Nigerian startups that offer opportunities for job seekers in Nigeria.

Joy Onuorah

LinkedIn on Wednesday published a list of the top 10 innovative Nigerian startups that offer opportunities for job seekers in Nigeria.

According to LinkedIn, the companies on the list were selected following their ability to rise to the challenges of each moment and continue to innovate and gain attention in 2022.

In the inaugural list published on Wednesday, startups like Bundle Africa, Ultiva, Moove, Nomba and Piggyvest found their way into the top 10.

While these startups are categorized as the best options for anyone interested in working with a startup in Nigeria based on their platform activities, LinkedIn noted that the top 10 list was determined by analyzing data from four pillars: employee growth, jobseeker interest, member engagement within the company and its employees, and how well these startups drew talent from the flagship LinkedIn Top Companies list.

“Our inaugural LinkedIn Top Startups list is the resource to find the startups to pay attention to right now, featuring 10 companies in Nigeria that are rising to the challenges of the moment and continuing to innovate and gain attention in 2022.”

“This list is ultimately meant to be a resource for jobseekers excited by the opportunity to innovate, solve big problems, and grow their skills. If joining a startup is the right fit for you, check out which roles, functions, and skills are in demand at each company and click on them to find the associated LinkedIn Learning courses to study. If you see a company that sparks your interest, take a look at whom you may know and turn on job alerts to stay on top of future opportunities.”

See the list below:

  1. Bundle Africa

  2. Utiva

  3. Moove

  4. Okra

  5. Cowrywise

  6. Bamboo

  7. Nomba

  8. TeamApt

  9. Prospa

  10. Piggyvest

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