In this episode of African Entrepreneurs interview, SmartMonkey TV caught up two budding Entrepreneurs Rebecca Enonchong (Cameroon) and Michael Ike (Nigeria) on “Why Culture Matters”.
Rebecca Enonchong – Cameroon
Rebecca Enonchong is the Chair of ActivSpaces, Cameroon and talks about: the differences between the Anglophone and Francophone start-up worlds. She also stresses on why Cameroon as a country with both languages is interesting and how the start-up movement started in Anglophone Buea and the University it started in.
She concluded by touching on the role of education and how things are changing with Technology.
Michael Ike – Nigeria
Michael Ike is the Lead Innovation Platforms and Partnerships and Abuja Technology Village. He shares on traditional Nigerian family based culture vs rules-based cultures from elsewhere; and fitting the two together through mentorships.
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