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Picking a city to fire up your startup or work is an overwhelming undertaking task. One that if not precisely done can be the start of your startup ruin. One trait of  city is that no city can have everything, they can only have a specific zone as their quality. The best thing to do is distinguish the city whose features will be more favorable to to your startup  then you can set up your startup in it.



We have decided to make your search for a very perfect city to grow your startup easy,  we have written a list of 10 most active Nigerian cities or states to grow your startup. We have also listed the pros and cons of the Nigerian cities.


Here are the best cities to grow your startup in Nigeria :


1.) Lagos :

Lagos no doubt is a standout amongst the most created urban areas in Nigeria lodging the greater part of the significant business exercises in Nigeria. The fact that it is situated along the sea and has one of the principal ports in Nigeria even makes it more appropriate for organizations including importation and exportation.
Lagos is also the center point of Information innovation in Nigeria, so on the off chance that you need to make a business out of technology, Lagos would be the city for you. Considering the fact that  it's densely populated it obviously offers larger customer or client base.


2.) Abuja

Abuja is a city most appropriate for new companies focusing on government contracts, most work in Abuja includes contracts for the government and other government related work. a considerable measure. So much that you may not get to really appreciate the hustle. Also, cost for basic items and getting a shop is high.


3.) Port Harcourt
Port Harcourt is quickly developing to end up as one of the most industrialized state in Nigeria. It is the middle of all oil and gas exercises in the nation. On the off chance that you need to seek for contracts in the oil and gas area at that point Port Harcourt ought to be the city for you.


4.) Calabar
Calabar is a standout amongst the most energizing urban communities in Nigeria. It is a flawless visitor zone and furthermore draws in Nigerians from distant locations abroad amid its every year held "Calabar Carnival". The city is ideal for exchanging particularly since it is such a major vacation destination. Also, These large crowds during festive seasons convert to customers and clients for the local businesses.

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