Handling the legal aspect of your startup with Odunoluwa Longe, Co-Founder TLP Advisory and DIY Law

September 28, 2022 00:44:38
Handling the legal aspect of your startup with Odunoluwa Longe, Co-Founder TLP Advisory and DIY Law
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Handling the legal aspect of your startup with Odunoluwa Longe, Co-Founder TLP Advisory and DIY Law

Sep 28 2022 | 00:44:38

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Hosted By

Chimgozirim Nwokoma

Show Notes

Odunoluwa Longe is the Co-Founder and Partner of TLP Advisory as well as a Co-Founder at DIY Law, a legal tech startup that provides startups with DIY law kits and resources. Prior to co-founding TLP Advisory, she worked on private equity deals at investment banks in Nigeria.

In this episode, she shares her motivation for starting Nigeria's first law firm dedicated to startups and some tips on navigating legal issues in startups.

This episode is proudly sponsored by the Techpoint Africa business team. 

You can send me an email at [email protected]. For most stories on startups and innovation, visit techpoint.africa.

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