Archive for the ‘Cameroon’ category
Euromonitor’s household income data suggests African countries where Porsche may do good business.
EY report highlights foreign direct investment into sub-Saharan Africa, particularly South Africa.
CTIC Dakar offers training, financing and links with industry players to tech startups in Senegal.
Mangalis Management is an African hospitality group that wants to put Africa on the map.
Phatisa has announced the successful conclusion of its fundraising for the African Agriculture Fund (AAF), with $243m in total capital commitments.
Sub-Saharan Africa’s population is growing fast. How can transformation keep up?
Cameroon to ban use of non-degradable plastic bags, with violators facing fines and imprisonment.
The Central African country of Cameroon is unique in that it has both English and French as official languages.
Integrating trees with agriculture, crops and livestock, is significantly increasing livelihoods, food security and environmental stability.
“Success is not linear; you will experience ups and downs. Humility helps keep it all in perspective.”
Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Tanzania and Cameroon stand out as attractive markets for long term investment, according to Euromonitor.
“Even though we anticipated challenges we had underestimated the level of challenges that we would encounter.”
“I am also a myth buster; when you say it can’t be done, I believe it can be done.”
For many business people in the continent’s English-speaking countries, Francophone Africa remains a complex region.
Ebot Tabi is a Cameroonian software developer and one of the founders of Geofeed.me, a location-based service and application, which allows people to connect and share information about places they visit.