Cameroon’s promising entrepreneur William Ndja Elong is a young startupper who has been listed by Forbes Africa as one of Africa’s 30 most promising entrepreneurs. He is the brain behind Will&Brothers.The name sounds a little strange to you I guess but not in 10 years to come. Will&Brothers works on different fields from technology, innovation, and cyber security, to competitive intelligence and business strategy .
William Ndja Elong, is a young 23-year-old Cameroonian with an MBA in Strategy and Competitive Intelligence from the Economic Warfare School of Paris. Elong is a big dreamer and overachiever. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business at 18, and MBA at 20.
DroneAfrica is one of their main projects. DroneAfrica promotes civil drones as a business service and civil defense tools in Cameroon against terrorism. These drones are also used in mapping, agriculture, media coverage and tourism.
With just four employees, he has a dozen drones.Now, his mission is to raise funds to become the first manufacturer of quadcopter type drones – unmanned aerial vehicles with four propellers, which can fly at an altitude of 500 meters with a range from 20 to 25 minutes and
Now, his mission is to raise funds to become the first manufacturer of quadcopter type drones – unmanned aerial vehicles with four propellers, which can fly at an altitude of 500 meters with a range from 20 to 25 minutes and feature a high-definition camera, in Cameroon.
Will&Brothers said they we will soon be able to download their application from the Play Store to have a new look on Africa as we have never before seen. This is a Raspberry Pi project powered by Windows 10 IoT. They have the ambition to become one of those technology leaders in the world and this could be a bit easier as The CEO is part of Windows Developer Program for IoT on Raspberry Pi.
As a startup and Cameroon’s promising entrepreneur, they are currently open to investment. For details mail them at firstname.lastname@example.org.Recommend0 recommendationsPublished in