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Data analysis startup Philjohn Technologies launches fundraising campaign to build Cameroon’s first Data Analysis Innovation Center

Data analysis startup Philjohn Technologies launches fundraising campaign to build Cameroon’s first Data Analysis Innovation Center
  • Comments   -   Wednesday, 24 July 2019 15:55

(Business in Cameroon) - Cameroonian data collection, storage, analysis and reporting startup Philjohn Technologies has launched a fundraising campaign to raise €700,000 (XAF460 million). According to Philippe Nkouaya (photo), the founder of this startup, these funds will be used to launch the first Data Analysis Innovation Center in Cameroon.

With these funds, Philjohn Technologies will also carry out its African expansion projects and create an excellence center thanks to which 500 people will be trained, every year, in data management techniques.

The startup expects to create 30 direct and 200 indirect jobs within 3 years with the implementation of its projects.

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