Abdeen&Co, one of Sudan’s premier legal firms, and 249Startups, a Startup Accelerator & early-Stage VC, have teamed up to launch a new legal firm, with a singular focus on providing specialized legal advisory services for startups, SMEs, and investors in emerging markets. This is an exciting development that underscores the growing interest in the startup ecosystem in Sudan, and the important role that startups and SMEs play in driving economic growth and job creation.
The new legal firm, supported by both founding entities, aims to provide tailored legal services that cater to the unique needs of startups, SMEs, and investors. With a range of legal services on offer, such as company registration and incorporation, due diligence, intellectual property protection, contract review and drafting, dispute resolution, and more, this new legal firm is well-positioned to serve the burgeoning startup ecosystem in Sudan.
Moreover, the new legal firm will work closely with startups, SMEs, actors, and investors to provide customized legal solutions, which include developing bespoke legal frameworks for different sectors and business models, as well as collaborating with other stakeholders in the ecosystem to drive positive change.
“Legal support is crucial for startups and SMEs to grow and thrive, and we are excited to partner with 249Startups to launch this new legal firm,” said Mohamed Abdeen, Managing Partner of Abdeen&Co. (pictured) “Our aim is to provide tailored legal solutions to the startup ecosystem and investment community in Sudan, and help create a more favourable environment climate for startups, SMEs and investors to operate in.”
The partnership between Abdeen & Co and 249Startups is a testament to their shared vision of promoting innovation and growth in the startup ecosystem in Sudan and beyond. By pooling their expertise and resources, the two companies are in a unique position to help startups and SMEs navigate the complex legal landscape and grow their businesses with confidence.
The new legal firm, staffed by experienced lawyers and legal professionals who specialize in supporting startups and SMEs represents a significant milestone in the development of the startup ecosystem in Sudan.