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Tunisian startup Vneuron opens branch in Cameroon

Tunisian startup Vneuron opens branch in Cameroon
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(Business in Cameroon) - Tunisian digital transformer Vneuron officially opens a branch in Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon. This was made possible following administrative procedures engaged in since March 18, 2018.

Key activities targeted by the company in Cameroon include IT services for export; commercial, financial, industrial, movable property or real property operations, etc. A certain Zarroug Anouar has already been appointed MD.

Vneuron is an actor in the software world for compliance, workflow and content management. This Tunisian company is financed by AfricInvest. The leader of private equity dedicated to Africa and more particularly to Sub-Saharan Africa assists in its strategy to switch from an integrator model to that of publisher.

French newspaper Les Echos already indicated April 10 that after Tunisia and France, Vneuron is planning expansion in sub-Saharan Africa.

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