CCTCF Participates in Africa Day Celebrations 2022 Edition

CCTCF representative gives a keynote speech at the event in his capacity as chairperson of the African Chamber of Commerce (AfCham).

On the occasion of the celebration of the 2022 edition of Africa Day, a virtual event was held from June 25th to June 27th, organized by the African Chamber of Commerce (AfCham). The event was mainly sponsored by JUMIA and had participating business partners like CCTCF, DNT Academy, Tranzak, ATRUD, Bell Telecom, Shanghai Blue Bell, etc.


The key highlight of the event was the keynote opening speech by the Chairperson of AfCham who was also representing CCTCF at the occasion. The speech, (downloadable at the end of this article) centered on key issues surrounding Africa, business and development with regards to the current troubling global geopolitics. In the speech, the chairperson urged young Africans, especially those living in other countries out of Africa to seize the opportunities surrounding them wisely and make good use of their role as the backbone of Africa's future.


Click here below to download the full speech in PDF format.


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Besides the keynote address there were other important presentations from other VIP guests making the event rich in presentations. If you would like to watch the recorded version of the event you can find it at this link on YouTube.

CCTCF’s General Manager Joins GOMAD Training

CCTCF's General Manager Joins GOMAD Training

GOMAD Network organized a training seminar on February 27th 2021 bringing together business leaders, young professionals and career hopefuls. The seminar which took place in Douala was the 6th of a series of training sessions.


CCTCF's General Manager Ms. Atabong Florence was present at the meeting for personal and business development. The training focused on topics like financial intelligence, planning, setting goals, self-discipline and managing career and family life. During the training the GM met with other business leaders, discussed opportunities for collaboration and exchanged contacts.


Apart from training, the event also featured an exhibition of products made in Cameroon and imports. Exhibitors specializing in cross-border trade were happy to meet CCTCF's General Manager, who shared the business strategies of CCTCF with them.


"In line with CCTCF's goal as a market leader in trading consulting in Cameroon, business persons interested in international trade are welcome to collaborate with CCTCF for a win-win partnership" Ms. Atabong Florence said at the end of the seminar before heading back to Yaounde.

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