July 25, 2016

Startup Cameroon

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Cameroon Ecosystem

ActiveSpaces

ActivSpaces is a tech hub with two co-working spaces and an incubator program called Activation Boot Camp. The co-working space is free to tech entrepreneurs who are actively working on a startup. Activation Boot Camp is a highly selective rigorous six-month acceleration program. Applications for the next Boot Camp will open in January 2016.

 

Startup CameroonStartup Cameroon

The Start-Up Cameroon project has as vision the transformation of innovative business ideas into enterprises with the target of supporting a new generation of entrepreneurs capable of bringing into existence businesses that can prosper not just locally but even internationally

 

27 Months

Cameroon is a country with hugely untapped ICT potential, with the additional advantages of having a high literacy rate and being officially bilingual in English and French. There’s a growing movement afoot here led by talented Cameroonian hackers and idealists to move the country into a modern, knowledge-based economy. It’s an exciting time and place to be a software entrepreneur.

 

Cameroon StartUp Cup

If you have an idea for a product, service or other type of establishment, competing in the Cameroon StartUp Cup may be the motivation you need to make your dream a reality! If you have recently started a business see how competing can help you get feedback and mentoring that takes you to the next level of success.

 

Cameroon Angels Network

Founded in 2014, Cameroon Angels Network (CAN) is the first network of angel investors in Cameroon. CAN invests in all sectors and industries with a particular interest in technology.

 

Top Articles

Cameroon: Poised To Dominate Africa’s Tech Scene By 2018? 

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2015: MTN Innovation Challenge offers Cameroonian startups funding, incubation

2016: Cameroon:Buea Seeking World Attention With Huge Number Of Innovative Tech-Startup Companies

Cameroon Government Should Focus On Funding Startups, More Than Media Publicity.