For the International Conference “Invest in Cameroon, Land of opportunities” which started today the17th till 18th May in Yaoundé, the capital of the country, the Ministry of Posts and Telecoms has yesterday 16 May, opened a digital village within the National Museumin downtown Yaounde.
For three days, this cultural space will be transformed in an exhibition site for the Cameroonian ICT savoir-faire. “The digital village is an android exhibit gathering different speakers and players in the digital economy, with the main objective of presenting the assets of Cameroon in this sector and specifically to promote the expertise of Cameroonian start-ups and support young people in the digital economy”, the Minister of Posts and Telecoms, Minette Libom Li Likeng, explains.
According to the organisers, 100 exhibitors are expected at this national meeting of the digital sector, as well as over 5,000 visitors. In addition to the exhibition, the event is being highlighted by a project fair, digital entertainment, ICT training workshops and B2B meetings.