Tuesday, May 17, 2016

MTN Resolutely Committed To Fostering Cameroon’s Digital Economy

Yaoundé, Cameroon—Leading telecom operator, MTN Cameroon is showcasing its digital innovations at the Yaounde Digital Village; the company’s exhibition stand at the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications’ android exhibition running from May 16-19,  2016 at the National Museum in the Cameroon capital.
Visitors at #MTNDigitalVillage in Yaounde

The event has been organised on the sidelines of the international conference dubbed “Invest in Cameroon, a land of attractiveness” taking place in the Central African nation from May 17-18.

“With a surface area of 200m², the #MTNDigitalVillage is presenting the company’s Business solutions for startups, SMEs, multinationals and Mobile Money” the company said in a statement on Monday.

 Equally, as a leading enabler of the growth of Cameroon’s digital economy, MTN is also offering visibility to young Cameroonian digital stakeholders on its stand such as CloudBank, Camtrack, AgriHub, TheFarmTech, LiveU, Kiro’o Games, Kwizii, CamairDroneBoy, the statement mailed to our newsroom by Massey Njiti Bongang, Corporate Communications Manager of MTN Cameroon added.

“As an innovative African digital services provider, MTN is resolutely committed to fortressing the digital economy in Cameroon and growing its ecosystem in partnership with the government,” Georges Mpoudi, General Manager of MTN Business said of the company’s participation at the event.

He said the company also believes in the potential of local talent and promotes young digital entrepreneurs to develop content and applications that respond to the growing needs of the Cameroonian people.

“We are proud to be a major driver of this digital transformation through the provision of infrastructure like the WACS optical fibre landing station, 4G technology, as well as innovative products and services which are revolutionising the way Cameroonians work, play and live. This, while enhancing the competiveness of local businesses and unlocking the potential of the country as a digital hub in the Central African sub-region”.


In addition to the exhibition, MTN promises project fairs, digital animations, ICT training workshops and B to B meetings at the 3-day Digital Village.

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