SMELP, an acronym for Small to Medium Enterprises Legal Partnerships was founded in November 2016 by as a firm that services SMEs in legal matters.
We do not offer just legal services, we offer a partnership, a collaboration between SMEs and our network of high profile investors, business analysts, consultants and branding agencies.
The Ikoyi-based law startup is dedicated to partnering with startups from their eureka moment to their imminent growth. “The aim is to grow, as you grow.” the founder explains. Since launch, SMELP’s clientele list already boasts of some high-profile organisations — especially in the fin-tech space –, among which are Seedstars worldwide, Invoizpaid, and Quick check. Certainly, the founder considers this as a remarkable feat, and hope that will convince their clients to prefer them over competitors.
In addition to this, SMELP promises to deliver really affordable services and network needed for budding businesses to grow. If you need a reliable law firm for your business, SMELP is more than willing to help. You may proceed to the website to get started.
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