Starting June 12, 2017, promoters of start-ups in Cameroon will be able to visit the website www.XL-Africa.com, in order to apply for the incubation program of the most promising African start-ups that the World Bank has just launched.
As part of this initiative, the promoters of the 20 start-ups selected on the African continent will benefit from a five-month training session, with theoretical and practical lessons in business management. They will also benefit from support to improve their regional visibility, and will have access to potential business partners and investors.
Called XL Africa, the above-mentioned incubation program is, it is said, supported by major African investment groups. According to Klaus Tilmes, Director of the Trade & Competitiveness Global Practice Department at the World Bank, this initiative aims to “focus on the growing digital economy of the continent by exploring and supporting the most technological start-ups Innovative “.