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12 invaluable lessons learned as a woman moving back to Africa (for work) | Episode 5: If you want to go far, go together

Posted in Africa, and Transformation & Development

Cliquez ici pour lire cet article en français 🇫🇷 In 2014, I decided to quit my job in France and relocated to Cameroon as the country manager of an e-commerce startup. I now work on new projects across Africa, and wanted to share the lessons I learned as a Woman moving back to…

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12 invaluable lessons learned as a woman moving back to Africa (for work) | Episode 4: Better get your money

Posted in Africa, Inspiration, Transformation & Development, and Women Empowerment

Cliquez ici pour lire cet article en français🇫🇷 Three years ago, I resigned my consulting job in Paris and decided to move back to Africa to run an e-commerce company. I have now moved on to new opportunities across Africa and wanted to share what I learned as a woman…

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7 powerful career lessons from the movie Hidden Figures

Posted in Inspiration, Transformation & Development, and Women Empowerment

Cliquez ici pour lire cet article en français🇫🇷 Few month ago, I got the pleasure to watch the movie Hidden Figures with friends in Paris. As my post includes a certain number of spoilers, I waited a little bit before sharing these lessons to make sure not give too much information to…

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12 invaluable lessons learned as a woman moving back to Africa (for work) | Episode 3: Better safe than sorry

Posted in Africa, and Transformation & Development

Cliquez ici pour lire cet article en français🇫🇷 In 2014, I decided to quit my consulting job in France and moved back to Cameroon to run an e-commerce startup. I now work on new projects across Africa, and wanted to share the lessons I learned as a Woman moving back to…

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12 invaluable lessons learned as a woman moving back to Africa (for work) | Episode 2: Love and other surprises

Posted in Africa, and Women Empowerment

Cliquez ici pour lire cet article en français Back in 2014, while I was working in Paris as a consultant, I received a phone call from a headhunter. He made me an offer for me to quit my job in France to move back to Cameroon and run an ecommerce…

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5 secrets behind Imbolo Mbue’s stellar success

Posted in Africa, Inspiration, and Women Empowerment

I love stories, and always had a strong admiration for courageous and hard working women who managed to achieve their goals against the odds. Since my childhood and at different stages of my life, I have felt empowered, impressed and/or inspired by the journey of several women, among which Pocahontas…

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12 invaluable lessons learned as a woman moving back to Africa (for work) | Episode 1: Purpose

Posted in Africa, and Women Empowerment

Cliquez ici pour lire cet article en français Three years ago, I was contacted by a headhunter who made me an offer for me to leave my consulting job in France to become the country manager of an ecommerce venture in Cameroon. To celebrate this symbolic anniversary of my professional life…

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Everything you ever wanted to know about (e) retail and consumer goods in sub-saharan Africa

Posted in Digital Economy

Cet article est également disponible en français. E-commerce in Africa is the ideal channel to overcome the challenges that prevent the development of retail sector. In a recent comprehensive report in which I had the chance to contribute, the South African subsidiary of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) presented the current situation, challenges…

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[Infographic] The trends of ecommerce in Cameroon – 2016

Posted in Digital Economy

The landscape of eCommerce in Cameroon has drastically changed in the last 3 years. After being concentrated on classified websites like Kerawa or Sellamquick,  the business has evolved toward a more traditional model with the arrival of  Wandashops in 2012. The company created by the webmarketer Anaise Tchienda went beyond simply connecting buyers and sellers…

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