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Cameroon:Buea Seeking World Attention With Huge Number Of Innovative Tech-Startup Companies

BBC:Privately-owned tech start-ups - or 'unicorns' - are worth more than a billion dollars and Africa has its first one in the shape of the Africa Internet Group.

While many think the next one will emerge from the obvious technology centres in Nairobi, Cape Town or Lagos, it is just possible that it may come from Buea - a small town in south-west Cameroon.

Njorku  developed by Cameroonian entrepreneur Churchill Nanje Mambe, a resident of Buea is among the best technology startups in Africa.Njorku is a job search and career platform for Africans worldwide, with a very unique business model and the first mover advantage in Sub Saharan Africa. The service went live in late March 2011, and within months was attracting thousands of users.-- Forbes Magazine

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