Nominate now for the Nigeria 25 under 25 Entrepreneurs Awards.

We invite you to nominate an entrepreneur to win in the Nigeria 25 under 25 Entrepreneurs Awards. This is an award recognizing and celebrating micro and small businesses including start-ups that are transforming industries that impact millions of lives every day in Nigeria; owned and managed by youths aged 25 and under.

Nominations can be done here:

Industries to be recognised include:

  • Agriculture
  • Technology
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Photography
  • Media and communications
  • Food & Drinks
  • Manufacturing & Logistics
  • Professional services
  • E-commerce
  • Music
  • Finance and Fintech
  • Sports
  • Arts & Culture
  • Beauty & Make-up
  • Fashion
  • Creative writing & Content Creation
  • Event Planning
  • Health & Skin Care
  • Environment & Interior Decor
  • Social Entrepreneurship
  • Software & Design
  • Energy & Sustainability
  • Active Citizenship & Govt Engagement
  • Performing Art
  • Education

Eligibility Criteria:

The founder(s) must not be older than the age of 27 as at the time. In the event that the nominee is 27 years old,  the company must have been in existence for at least 3 years.

The founder must be a Nigerian.

The company must be contributing to social economic development of Nigeria.

The line of business must be ethical and in accordance to the Nigerian laws.

The business must be duly registered under the Corporate Affairs Commission of Nigeria.

Previous recipients of these awards include Yasmin Belo-Osagie(Co-Founder, She Leads Africa), Sophia Ikeonu(‎Founder/CEO,, Eseoghene Odiete(Hesey Designs), Orode Uduaghan(Founder, Otres-Restaurant), Rotimi Okugbaye(Event Photography), Georgette Monnou(RealTalkwithGeorgie).


One comment

  1. I will like to nominate Oluwafemi Oladoyin,the founder of the Girls World Initiatives for her outstanding contribution to sensitizing young girls

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