Cameroonian startups selected for ActivSpaces accelerator

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Four Cameroonian startups have won places in an accelerator programme run by the ActivSpaces incubator after taking part in the Pitch Day 237 event.

Pitch Day 237 was organised by ActivSpaces in association with the Cameroon Angels Network (CAN), aimed at offering startups incubated at ActivSpaces the opportunity to pitch to the public.

Four startups were selected to take part in the “Enabling BootCamp” accelerator programme run by the incubator, which enables startups to grow through training, mentorship and cash funding.

The startups were e-commerce platform Kemi Store, digital media kiosk Ozi Press, fintech app iDjangui, and customer loyalty startup Felicity.

Twelve other startups presented their projects, while participants also heard from Viva and Djoss.tv, winners of the previous edition of Pitch Day 237.

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