A few days ago we had our worst nightmare, that moment when new technology seems to give up on you and there is nothing you can do about it but laugh! Oh well we wanted to laugh but yet couldn’t because it was such a disaster! So much is currently in the technology trashcan right now…yes our hard work!!


So to move on, we would like to announce that our rising rapstress the queen in the making CIANA was live on the French African radio music show “C’est Le Moment” on BBC Afrique with host Ata Ahli Ahebla last Saturday from 5.30pm. There was also a re-broadcast on Sunday and Monday this week. If like us you missed all 3 shows so far, don’t dispair as tomorrow Thursday 25th December, the show will be re-aired on BBC Afrique from 6.30pm London time. Don’t miss it now!! Catch it through here:

While you wait for tomorrow, savour her debut video below! Season’s greetings!

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It is always a delight and a great recognition to be recompensed for the hardwork and dedication that is shown and this is so for Stanley Enow who this morning is rejoicing yet again for another win at the Balafon Music Awards where last night he scooped the Best International Artist 2014 price!

Dressed gallantly in a red suit and Cameroon flag Motherland tee shirts, the international starboy dedicated his win to “les gars du mboko” those on the streets who he represents in a struggle that is seeing him prove that hardwork and determination is all it can take when one has a talent to bring themselves back up in life.

The starboy has another reason to celebrate as his official Facebook fanpage got the blue tick which makes him one of the first Cameroon based artist to get this. It is indeed celebrations all around in our camp today!

Here below are a few first pics taken by Radio host Bonas Duvalier and Martin Enow.



blue tick

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We are delighted to be associated yet again with this premiere quarterly business networking event SIPEC; an acronym for Sherai’s Initiative for Promoting Entrepreneurs in Cameroon through identifying entrepreneurs and small businesses and creating a platform for them to market their services and products.

Can You Spot Our Logo?

The last event for this year takes place on Thursday December 18th at the Hotel Prince de Galles in Douala from 6pm with the theme focused on “The Power of Timing” demonstrating to the 200 guests attending the importance of making decisions at the right time.

The event looks to be informative as well as innovative with also the opportunity to mingle with like minded people and be educated. We talked to SIPEC founder Etonde Martin about listing her top 5 items the guests should expect at this 3rd edition, here is what she said…

  1. A chance to meet new hardworking entrepreneurs.
  2. Interesting keynote address under the theme, “the power of timing”
  3. Launch of SIPEC Help Kits: SIPEC Mentorship Program & SIPEC Capital Connection Program.
  4. Launching of the SIPEC magazine: a magazine that gives insight into the economic situation of Cameroon and information about businesses (entrepreneurs & sponsors).
  5. Talented and international multimedia crew covering event.

Watch below a video from Etonde, we hope to see all you Douala based entrepreneurs there!

Watch out for our article contribution on the SIPEC magazine as we discuss business visibility and customer increase through the Internet.

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Gucci and Coach Inc. upstaged Burberry Group Plc to take the top spot in a study of luxury fashion brands’ digital strategies.

The handbag makers, whose sales are declining as they seek a wealthier clientele, shared first place in the study of 90 brands conducted by researcher L2, Inc. Burberry, ranked top in the previous three editions of the study, fell to sixth.

Investments by Kering SA owned Gucci and Coach in their e-commerce offerings has positioned both for future growth, even though the effect is still to be felt in terms of rising revenue, L2 said.

“Despite some of the struggles they’ve had with their business, Coach is probably one of the strongest multichannel retailers out there,” said Maureen Mullen, head of research and advisory at L2 in New York. Gucci, which was an early adopter of new advertising formats such as social-network aggregator Flipboard, also rates highly, she said.

L2 ranked brands on website and e-commerce capability, digital marketing, social media and mobile. While only 5 percent of luxury sales are made via the Internet, almost 50 percent start online, showing how the lines are blurring between physical and virtual distribution, L2 said.

Gucci, a maker of $650 loafers and $2,950 handbags, also ranked first in a recent study on luxury e-commerce by Exane BNP Paribas and Contactlab. They found that the Florence, Italy based company had the deepest offer of styles available for online purchase across most luxury categories.


With Internet sales growing at about four times the pace of the total personal luxury market, being strong online can boost revenue growth and improve the return on invested capital, according to Exane analyst Luca Solca.

Gucci and New York-based Coach are revamping stores and raising average prices as they seek to claw back market share amid a slowdown in Asia. In October, Coach predicted sales would worsen before improving. Gucci, whose comparable revenue fell 1.9 percent in the third quarter, has said it’s confident of returning to positive trends “in the near future.”

While Burberry has done a “fantastic” job talking about digital innovation, “sometimes the functionality doesn’t match up to the hype,” Mullen said. An example of this is Burberry’s collect-in-store service, which has a delay of 24 hours compared with same-day pick-up for other brands, she said.

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When Stanley Enow goes on stage, he meticulously prepares his peformance beforehand totally understanding the role he has to play as a performing music artist. This is when he executes the “show” in “showbiz” ensuring that he gives his fans all of him, a show they enjoy and can talk about.

MTN I-Fest 2014’s star studded show last night at Bonanjo, Douala was no different for Stanley Enow, he came prepared, ready to give the best to the (it is said) 20,000 plus crowd with a change of outfit that included an illuminated Micheal Jackson inspired gloves, eyewear and vest. His dancers too were shinning bright!

Check out the first images during the prep and during the show below.









The Dancers
The Dancers




We are thrilled at such a great feedback…!!


The phenomenon continues…!

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