startup genome 2016 lagos survey

This year, Startup Genome (formerly Compass Research) is working with the Nigerian Office for ICT Innovation & Entrepreneurship (OIIE) to feature Lagos in their 2016 Global Startup Ecosystem Report, and they need help filling their survey on the Lagos tech ecosystem.

Startup Genome is currently leading the world’s broadest and most in-depth research on startup ecosystems, assessing over 50 cities across more than 50 resource and performance metrics. Their 2015 Global Startup Ecosystem Report has been described as a key resource for founders and investors alike, with about 150,000 downloads and features in TechCrunch and The Economist.

Tech founders and entrepreneurs based in Lagos are encouraged to take this year’s survey to ensure the Lagos ecosystem is correctly represented in the report. Respondents who complete the survey will have access to free and discounted services, and a chance to qualify for free AWS credits worth $100,000.

That said, if you’re interested in helping out (and you should be), click here to participate. The survey will be open for two more weeks.

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