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Cameroon business incubator signs up with Pan-African tech firm and Finnish education technology network to spread 5G

Cameroon business incubator signs up with Pan-African tech firm and Finnish education technology network to spread 5G

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Recently launched Boris Bison (BB) Youth Empowerment Business Incubator in Cameroon, a pan-African video game publishing company Ludique Works and Start North, a Finnish technology learning accelerator network, have announced mutual memoranda of understanding to introduce their technologically advanced learning environments, the ‘5G Mokki Tech Spaces’, across the African continent.

Boris Bison Youth Empowerment Business Incubator provides office facilities, computer equipment services, Internet connectivity, entrepreneurial training and business advisory services to promising local start-up companies and young entrepreneurs.

“Our aim is a Pan-African tech space network that connects the African continent to Europe and the rest of the world, promoting the learning and adoption of technology, remote work, and entrepreneurship. In addition to promoting education, jobs, and the economic development of the regions, the network also aims to curb climate change by utilising the latest technology,” said Boris Ngala, Founder and CEO, BB Incubator and one of the Co-Founders of the 5G Mokki Tech Space network.

‘Mokki’ is derived from the Finnish word ‘mökki’, meaning ‘cottage’. The cottage enables innovative uses of 5G mobile communication technology.

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