We work across different types of industries, with all kinds of clients:

  • - Government Institutions
  • - Large multinational corporations
  • - Midsize companies
  • - Small start-ups
  • - Nonprofit organizations.

     Ministry of Women's Empowerment and the Family (CAMEROON)

The Minister of Women's Empowerment and the Family (MINPROFF) is responsible for the development and implementation of government measures regarding the promotion and respect of women's rights and the protection of the family. It liaises between the Government and the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM), in conjunction with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as well as all national policies and international organizations for the advancement of women.


     Josephson INSTITUTE (USA)

Josephson Institute develops and delivers services and materials to improve the ethical commitment, competence, and practice in all segments of society. A Non-profit organization, the Institute also works with organizations and influential individuals in a variety of areas. Since 1987 Josephson Institute has conducted programs for more than 100,000 influential executives (officers, directors, senior company officials and many others ...)





Wilson Learning are bringing their crucial and innovative knowledge in assessment of human potential and development of business competencies for the needs of the Cameroonian workplace. One of the few consulting companies offering a one-stop-shop model, with expertise in development and sustainment in leadership, sales, individual and team effectiveness.



DHL operates in more than 220 countries and territories around the world, making it the most international company in the world. With a workforce of over 325,000 employees, DHL provides solutions for an almost unlimited number of logistical needs. DHL is part of the largest postal and logistics group in the world, Deutsche Post DHL Group, and comprises three divisions: DHL Express, DHL Supply Chain and DHL Global Forwarding, Freight.




Ovamba Solutions, Inc. operates an online social/peer to peer lending site and debt matching platform that allows retail and institutional lenders to lend to and borrow from each other. The company enables diasporan and local African members to lend to small and medium enterprises in Africa; and allows entrepreneurs to use their social connections to build their creditworthiness and access local financial services. It assists investors in identifying creditworthy small businesses that seek capital to grow; and small businesses to lower the cost of their financing. The company was incorporated in 2013 and is based in Chevy Chase, Maryland with additional offices in Douala, Cameroon; and Washington DC.

With a strong track record of successful transactions, in 2016 Ovamba attracted further investment from other investment platforms, such as Crowdcredit. This has enabled Ovamba to expand its operations across the border into Northern Nigeria and in South Africa, with a new office in Johannesburg.



Eneo is a flagship company in the Cameroon energy sector; it is a semi-public company with 56% of capital held by Actis and 44% by the State of Cameroon. In generation, Eneo has an installed generation capacity of 968MW. Its generation facilities fleet consists of 39 generation power plants, including 13 grid power plants and 26 remote thermal power plants. 74 % of Eneo generation is from hydro. The transmission network comprises 24 substations and includes 1944.29 kilometers of High-Voltage lines, 15081.48 kilometers of Medium-Voltage lines and 15209.25 kilometers of Low-Voltage lines. The Distribution network comprises 11 450 km lines of 5.5 to 33 KV and 11 158 km lines of 220 to 380 KV. Eneo has over 973.250 customers with about 45% living in Douala and Yaoundé. Eneo has a headcount of 3765 permanent employees.



Created by the Law pertaining to code of benefits and that on the organization of social insurance in Cameroon, the National Social Insurance better known by its French language acronym (CNPS) has as mission amongst many others to ensure within the framework of the general Government policy, to pay out the various benefits provided for by the legislation of the family and social protection. The said mission is translated concretely by paying social benefits to workers or their rightful claimants: family benefits, old-age invalidity and death pensions, industrial accidents and occupational diseases compensation.



Founded in Douala on February 3rd, 1948, Société Anonyme des Brasseries du Cameroon (SABC ) is the 2nd taxpayer to the state after the oil sector and the leader of the brewing industry in Cameroon. Specializing initially in the production and marketing of soft drinks SABC has diversified its activities and now controls a group comprising five factories (beer , soft drinks, energy drinks , alcohol mix) ; glass ( SOCAVER ) ; a natural mineral water exploitation ( SEMC Tangui ) .



                                                                      AMCHAMM CAMEROON

The American Chamber of Commerce in Cameroon is a voluntary association of the companies and individuals doing business in Cameroon. Its primary objective is to advance the development of trade, commerce, and investment between the United States of America and Republic of Cameroon. It pursues policy initiatives at the highest government and business levels and provides valuable advocacy, information, networking, and business support services. With over 70 members, at present, Amcham Cameroon comprises businesses of all sizes and sectors from multinationals and large corporations to personalized operations. The leadership is equally diverse with prominent and highly regarded corporate and small business leaders from all sectors serving on the Board.


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