Author(s): Joy Ifeoma Enemuo, Anthony Obiora Ude, Ben Etim Udoh, Chinedu Afamefuna Obiora-Okafo, Ifeoma Joanes OnodugoThis study investigates the impact of technological transfers on innovative capacity of manufacturing entities in Nigeria. The descriptive survey design was adopted with a population of 13,966 staff drawn from 9 manufacturing firms that were purposively selected from the six states in the South Nigeria. A sample size of 554 was drawn from the entire population using Trek formula. The closed-ended structured questionnaire designed on 5 point likert scale was the instrument used to collect data from the respondents. Results showed that technological transfers have a significant positive effect on innovative capacity of manufacturing entities in Nigeria. The study recommended that manufacturing organizations should cultivate regular culture for knowledge transfer as this will improve swift employees’ commitment. Also, the study advised that there is need for manufacturing organizations to create enabling environment for improved technological transfer as this will guarantee innovative capacity and stellar performance for manufacturing entities in Nigeria.