ARM  Wins The Rising Stars Award

January 23, 2023
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Asset and Resource Management Holding Company (ARM) has won the Rising Stars Award at the 7th edition of the prestigious annual Corporate Startup Stars Awards (CSS) held in London for exemplifying best practices in corporate-startup collaboration, encouraging growth, fostering innovation and investment readiness among tech startups in Nigeria and across Africa.

This award was given to ARM in recognition of their impact and contributions to the startup community through the creation of such innovative programs as Labs by ARM, ARM Labs Lagos Techstars Accelerator Program, and the Deji Alli ARM Young Talent Award. Receiving this award for the second time since 2020, ARM Holdings Co. is proud to be one of only two companies in Africa to be recognized with this international innovation award.

Receiving the award on behalf of ARM, Sadiq Mohamed - Deputy CEO of the group, said, “We are honored to receive this recognition, and we remain committed to driving innovation and helping startups with disruptive ideas in the African FinTech space, make a remarkable impact as they meet needs within the ecosystem. Being acknowledged globally for our work is very humbling, and it motivates us to do more to champion and promote innovation in Nigeria and across Africa. ARM's programs have helped several startups succeed, and we look forward to assisting more Fintech and PropTech startups in their efforts to make a difference on the continent.”

The Corporate Startup Stars Awards is an international award organized by Mind the Bridge in collaboration with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and is aimed at recognizing and celebrating trailblazing international companies in the area of corporate-startup support and collaboration.

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Left - Right: Candace Johnson, ICC Executive Board Member, Vice Chair of the ICC Policy Commission and Chair of the Corporate Startup Stars Judging Committee and Sadiq Mohammed - Deputy Group CEO of ARM Holding Company.

Speaking at the event this year, the Chairman of Mind the Bridge - Alberto Onetti, said, “open innovation is no longer a black box, it’s fast becoming ubiquitous. Back in 2016, when we first launched the Corporate Startup Stars Awards, the goal was to shed light on a fast-emerging phenomenon. Today, six years later, companies have gathered experience and focus on results. Although the modes of collaboration are in continuous evolution, there are best practices that are arising as well as KPIs for measuring impact.”

In this regard, ARM Holdings Co. is one of a few companies that has demonstrated a commitment to helping startups thrive through financial support, mentorship, and resources such as office space and networking opportunities. Through its long history of innovation and excellence, the company has managed to stay ahead of the curve and build a successful business by leveraging its culture of innovation to simplify processes and impact the quality of people’s lives and society in general.

On the honor of receiving this award, ARM Holdings Co. has pledged its commitment to promoting innovation in the startup community and creating vibrant platforms that enable proper growth potential for young startups. 

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