Today 5 July 2022, an expert from the CNSC was amongst the key speakers at the Accelerate Africa Group Conference held at Djeuga palace Hotel in Yaoundé, under the patronage of Cameroon’s Ministry of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises, Social Economy and Handicraft, in collaboration with the Central Africa Sub-regional Office of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa. 


Accelerate Africa (AA) is a Pan African economic organization (think tank) to unleash Africa's growth. With over 15 country coordinators across Africa, the network brings together economic actors across the continent who are playing a leading role in their countries/communities from civil society, business and government to create a new generation of business leaders. The AAB will focus on investment and industrialisation in Africa, economic and digital transformation, business management and operational scaling, and the development of new continental business strategies, among others.


CNSC’s Centre Regional Manager, Mr. Nolga Fernand Douglas, was present at the event to throw some light on the opportunities offered by the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) to Cameroonian entrepreneurs and on the different projects carried out by the CNSC for a more competitive supply chain in Cameroon. This intensive training session for Africa's young entrepreneurs and business owners will help them to package, brand and unleash their potentials with pre-built solutions that will provide clear visibility and instant business value for SMEs.

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