Posts Tagged ‘cameroon

  Some people still wonder what the point of a “barcamp” is… Cameroon’s campers think it’s great for the tech community to get together, share our experiences, promote each other, find avenues for collaboration and just network. But here are a few reasons why BarCamp Cameroon 2013, held last weekend on October 26th at UIDB, […]

This is a message from the BarCamp Cameroon 2013 committee (http://blog.barcampcameroon.org/). – Dear Campers, We hope you’re all excited and getting ready for BarCamp Cameroon 2013. There are a few reminders and pointers that we’d like to give you to help prepare you for the event. Tickets Please do well to print out your tickets […]

October will mark three years of ActivSpaces’ existence; of dedication towards fostering technology and entrepreneurship in Cameroon. We’ve experienced ups and downs, failures and successes, scrapped projects and innovations. We’re not alone in these trials and we’ve had the opportunity to witness and share in the exponential growth of Cameroon’s tech community. As our three […]

Yes, indeed! After going through all the hurdles that you can only go through in Cameroon to open up an office, we’re glad to announce that ActivSpaces’ incubator in Douala will open its doors on Saturday, June 15th. Djoss.tv, the winner of the Cameroon Startup Challenge 2012 is the first team that will make use […]

Note: This is the first guest post in a series on entrepreneurship by ActivSpaces member Otto Paul Akama. I don’t know about you, but I think the Start-Up culture in university environments in Cameroon can help to reduce unemployment in the following ways. It leads to self employment, something which the Cameroon government preaches day […]


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