Affichage des articles du octobre, 2015

Local Banks Increasingly Interested In Financing the Economy

By Victorine BIY, Cameroon Tribune

India-Africa Summit:Forging A Common Destiny

By Richard KWANG, Cameroon Tribune
Foreign Affairs Ministers meeting grouping India and her African partners officially opened on 27 October 2015 in New Delhi.
The Heads of State and Government from Africa or their representatives who are in New Delhi, for the 3rd India-Africa Forum Summit (IAFS) will have two draft documents

Savings Solutions: 5 Ways To Save Your Small Business Money

ByJayson DeMers,
Running a business is expensive. Luckily, if you’re a small business owner, there are a number of steps you can take to save money, from DIY problem solving to collaborative ordering with other companies.
Here are easy ways to avoid unnecessary costs and keep that money in your pocket.
1. Buy Second-Hand

Can your marriage survive starting a business?

By Paul Attfield, Special to The Globe and Mail Most marriages face ordinary pressures in day-to-day life. Imagine also working side-by-side with your spouse in a startup business. Meg Cadoux Hirshberg received an intensive crash course in exactly that when her husband, Gary Hirshberg, and a business partner started New Hampshire-based Stonyfield Yogurt

5 People Who Destroy Your Culture

By Elad Gil,

The old saying "one bad apple spoils the bunch" holds especially true for company culture.  Keeping around any employee who is a bad culture fit can destroy your team's working environment. If people think bad or counterproductive behavior is acceptable they will imprint on this and either start acting badly themselves or want to leave the company to work in a more positive environment.

Below are some of the

3 ways to be a more humble leader

By Rick Martinez,
Everyone thinks the strongest business leaders are bold and commanding, but that’s not always the case.
Plenty of studies have concluded that humility produces the best leaders because humble leaders empower their employees. They give credit where credit is due.
By recognizing that no small roles exist in a company, only small players who lose sight of humility,

Le temps de la mise à niveau de l'Accord de partenariat économique !!!

En attendant l’ouverture au marché international, le Cameroun prépare ses entreprises et sa politique nationale. C’est connu, le Cameroun et la plupart des pays de la sous-région Cemac ont signé l’Accord de partenariat économique (Ape) avec l’Union européenne (UE). Un processus qui consacre l’ouverture des marchés locaux à la concurrence régionale et internationale. Mais pour que les Etats Africains

Assurance, banques et microfinance, un salon pour le financement de l’économie


Zoom sur l’économie camerounaise


TIC : renforcer la coopération sud-sud

Le Cameroun réussira-t-il à capitaliser sa position géographique privilégiée au cœur du golfe de Guinée,  pour devenir  le hub de l’Afrique centrale,  c’est-à-dire le lieu où atterrissent, avant d’être dispatchées,  toutes les communications Internet haut débit de la sous-région ? En tout cas, les deux conventions signées le 14 octobre 2015 à Yaoundé, engageant la China Unicom,

De nouvelles pistes de financements des Grands projets