Duplex Éric Kamgang was born in Cameroon in 1984 and obtained a Master’s in Management with a major in international financial analysis from Skema Business School, the merger between the Nice and Lille Ecole Supérieure de Commerce (ESC), following a Master’s I in Finance and Accounting from the Catholic University of Central Africa (Yaoundé). He started his career in the Swiss insurance group Zürich Financial Services (2011-2012), and was subsequently a structured financing analyst at EDF New Energies in Paris (2012-2016). He left this position to focus entirely on his start-up Studely, which he launched in 2016. He was a winner of Digital Africa in 2017 and of the Meet Africa program, which comes with a EUR 15,000 grant from the European Union, and with Campus France, http://www.campusfrance.org/fr/page/lagence-campus-france (French Agency for the Promotion of Higher Education, International Student Services and International Mobility) as the operating organization.
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Creating a start-up can be a real obstacle course for young people in Cameroon. Administrative and banking procedures, fundraising, etc. three Cameroon entrepreneurs go back to the creation of their innovative business.