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MyQ, a mobile app that provides queue management and ticketing services for Nigeria’s transport operators emerged winner at today’s Seedstars Lagos pitch.

MyQ competed along with 11 other startups that TechCabal announced earlier.

The startup based in Abuja, Nigeria’s capital city, will compete at the global finals of Seedstars World holding in Switzerland next February and will be up for USD 500,000 in investment.

Talentbase, a startup that helps SMEs manage their  HR and payroll with a mobile/web app came second and  Nerveflo, a content distribution and monetization infrastructure came third.

Tembo, won the People’s choice award and received an Apple iPad from one of the Lagos Pitch sponsors, Stanbic IBTC.

The Seedstars Lagos event was held in partnership with Stanbic IBTC, Lagos Startup Week, CcHub, Uber, Simple Pay and Enspire Incubator.

The Seedstars World pitch tour continues to Accra where another set of startups will pitch on August 5 at the Impact Hub Accra for a chance to compete at the global finals.

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