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Two Cameroonians among the 100 economic leaders of tomorrow, according to the 2017's ranking by Institut Choiseul

Two Cameroonians among the 100 economic leaders of tomorrow, according to the 2017's ranking by Institut Choiseul
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(Business in Cameroon) - In the “Choiseul 100 Africa 2017: Economic Leaders for Tomorrow”, the Choiseul institute identified two Cameroonians among the 100 Africans who contribute to Africa's emergence at the international level.

The first Cameroonian, Bony Dashaco, ranks 9th in this edition. CEO of ACMAR Media Group (a consulting agency), the 40-year old studied at the London School of Business and Finance after a brief stay at the University of Ibadan, Nigeria.

Ingrid Etoke (37 years) ranks 49th. After her studies at the University of Lille, she worked as the director of Sandoz in Cameroon (2010-14). She is now the managing director of pharmaceutical company “GSK Pays Émergents”.

Choiseul identifies and ranks less than forty years old African leaders who will play an important part in Africa's economic development in the near future. Choiseul considers several standards to rank the identified leaders. Those include the leaders' image and reputation, their background, expertise and authority, as well as their potential and leadership. 

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