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Cameroon gaming stars train new generation of business superheroes
by Inna Lazareva
Thomson Reuters Foundation Translate This Article
21 August 2018
On 21 August 2018 Thomson Reuters Foundation reported:
Central Africa's first major video games studio, Kiro'o, trains young Cameroonians to navigate obstacles in real-life business. Subscribers pay 10,000 Central African francs ($17.50) to access a digital training manual, featuring cartoons and advice on how to find good projects, hire the right staff, and secure investor funding. They can also seek online and in-person mentoring from Kiro'o staff.
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And it has also overcome the obstacle of financing, digital communications head William Fankam said, developing its own model to raise funds from investors.
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