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Javnyuy
ENTREPRENEURSHIP & PUBLIC SPEAKING What I am about to say may not sit well with some people, but hey, pardon my rebellion. When some people say entrepreneurship is not public speaking, sometimes I understand what they are saying …. but most times, I don’t. The times that I don’t understand are usually, for example, when...
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The Young people in Cameroon have definitely come of age. The level of creativity, entrepreneurship, and sense of; self, space and time has tremendously shifted to a higher level. The level capable of moving an entire country into the future. Gradually youths are taking their lives and destinies into their own hands. The more enlightened...
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Have you ever wondered by African Leaders (dictators) cling to power for so long. The truth is if you have ever asked this question, many at times you get frustrated trying to answer the same question you asked. Handing over power has become one of the most difficult things a president can do in Africa...
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Entrepreneurship these days is now like a song and everyone want to be called an entrepreneur or a CEO. Definitely, am among those who believe that entrepreneurship is the game changer for the Cameroon and African economy. If you are about to venture into entrepreneurship or already have a small startup or business, I want...
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On the 20th of September 2017, BBC Radio News Day cut up with Cameroonian social entrepreneur Javnyuy Joybert to talk about one of his startups that is addressing the issue of poverty among women and youths in rural areas (villages). CAMMICS (Village Bank) is an innovative rural investment micro finance institution (FinTech Social Enterprise) using...
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Whether in the public or private sector, leadership is the same thing. It is the demarcation between success & failure, development & underdevelopment; poverty & prosperity. So, I welcome every opportunity to discuss & examine this important subject. Today was no exception as I shared with the Nigerian Airforce, Navy a& Army students & the...
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With few years  (6) of experience as Business Trainer/Consultant and as an entrepreneur myself with 3 failed startups I have come to understand that the problems facing African entrepreneurs is not how to start or run their business but, the problem is how to stay successful, productive & profitable in their businesses as years go...
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I can tell the kind of an entrepreneur you are and how serious you are about that which you seek by reviewing your work ethics. Your work ethics is one of the litmus tests of a true entrepreneur. You can’t claim your are serious about building a great company and driving your idea big if...
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  Heartfelt words to the next generation of African leaders – Tony Elumelu “Last week in DC, I spoke from the heart to a group of 1000 young Africans at the 2017 Mandela Washington Fellows Summit My message was this: To the young Africans of today, the future belongs to you. You must seize the...
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  5 reasons why Collaboration and not Competition is the sustainable way forward for social entrepreneurs and impact startups in Africa We all know the saying if you want to go fast go alone, but if you want to go far go together. This actually ties up with the popular expatiation of the word TEAM:...
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