Nigeria’s 5 Fastest Growing Subscription Service Startups

At Stamp Nigeria we track over 100,000 Nigerian startups and over 500,000 people who hold key positions in these companies. We use this directory of startups to highlight top employees, founders and organisations we think deserve more appreciation than they are currently getting.

We’ve ranked the top 5 Subscription Service companies in Nigeria. The companies, startups and institutions listed in this article are all exceptional companies, well worth a follow. We have included links to their websites, socials and CrunchBase (if you’re interested in their financials).

We selected the organisations listed in this article based on:

  • Track record
  • Executive leadership
  • Market share
  • Innovation
  • ESG rating

Our Data – We source our data from OSINT (open source intelligence) and public directories such as CrunchbaseSemRush and many more. The data from these sources should be treated with a degree of caution and verified yourself.

Top Subscription Service Companies & Startups (Nigeria)


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6Geeks is a technology-as-a-utility platform that provides a B2B and B2C subscription service for smartphones and tablets.


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Fichaya is a technology enabled company providing monthly cleaning subscriptions for homes and corporates across Africa.


FoundersOlutobi Richard Abegunde, Tobi Alajiki
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Africa first factual media and entertainment company, offers video programming i.e, documentaries, TV shows, all on demand to subscribers


FoundersJonathan Emerenini
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An live streaming service that allows users to broadcast live content and watch concerts, events and other live Shows in Real-time


FoundersRilwan Badru
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Aetiv offers content creators a platform to increase their revenue and tools to manage their creative career as a business.

Written by Stamp Nigeria

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