Ejara, the Cameroon-based investment and savings app, was selected among hundreds of candidates as one of the World Economic Forum’s “Technology Pioneers”. This was announced in a press release early this morning.
The press release was issued following the World Economic Forum’s announcement of its list of 100 most promising Technology Pioneers of 2022 – companies tackling issues from sustainability and climate change to healthcare and more.
This year’s cohort includes representation from 30 economies on six continents with a reach far beyond traditional tech hubs like Silicon Valley. The full list of Technology Pioneers can be viewed here.
Ejara offers mobile-first investment and savings services to Francophone Africa and its Diaspora, intending to re-imagine African Wealth through blockchain technology.
Co-founded and led by Nelly Chatue-Diop who grew up in the region and studied Computer Science and Finance in Europe and America, Nelly returned from esteemed executive roles to start a Blockchain-based investment and savings services company uniquely focused on Francophone Africa and its Diaspora; giving people full control over their investments, savings, income, and ability to grow wealth, effectively leveling the playing field through financial empowerment.
Download the full press release hereEjara__Press Release World Economic Forum Tech Pioneers 2022 (ENG_FR)