Rebecca Enonchong is known for drawing attention to issues she believes limit the growth of Africa’s burgeoning tech community. When Jumia went public declaring itself as the first African tech startup to do so, the activist in Enonchong could not be quiet because she believed the company missed an opportunity to add deeper value to Africa’s tech community.
It’s organised by Cameroon Angels Network and ActivSpaces
Three startups have emerged winners of the #YouCan pitch competition, organised by Cameroon Angels Network in conjunction with ActivSpaces, VC4Africa and Sanaga Ventures.
Viewed against the backdrop of a number of recent Afrihub trends, ActivSpaces’ latest model is an interesting take on African technology hub sustainability, which has become a burning topic of late.
ActivSpaces, a tech hub, and Cameroon Angels Network (CAN), a network of angel investors in Cameroon, has announced a joint startup pitch event, Pitch Day 237. Pitch Day 237 is set to host startups participating in #YouCAN competition and Activation Bootcamp, the startup pitch programs for CAN and ActivSpaces respectively. The synergy between both bodies […]
Cameroonian tech hub, ActivSpaces, has begun to receive applications to its Activation Bootcamp. The Activation Bootcamp is a six month program. Beneficiaries will receive 1 million CFA in seed funding, as well as mentorship, legal services, business coaching, marketing and more, all valued at a final sum of 4.6 million CFA (just over $8,000). Shortlisted […]