Cameroon: Bertrand Foffe boosts agro-industry through digital technology

Cameroon: Bertrand Foffe boosts agro-industry through digital technology
Cameroon: Bertrand Foffe boosts agro-industry through digital technology

Specializing in digital transformation, it contributes to the evolution of agribusiness through technological solutions that drive efficiency, ensure food safety and promote economic growth.

Bertrand Foffe (photo) is a co-founder and CEO of Jangolo, a start-up revolutionizing the agricultural landscape through the power of digital technologies. Originally from Cameroon, he founded the company with Rodrigue Kwanga and Paulin Nguekam.

Established in 2016, Jangolo serves as a bridge between farmers, agribusinesses, restaurants and consumers, fostering a transparent and efficient agricultural value chain. The company wants to reduce post-harvest losses and facilitate access to information for farmers and agri-food companies. It also aims to facilitate market access for local producers by digitalizing the agri-food value chains.

Our goal is to transform the African agro-industrial landscape by making it more productive, more sustainable and more technologically advanced. Jangolo envisions a future where every stakeholder has access to the tools for success“, we can read on the start-up’s LinkedIn page.

Bertrand Foffe is a graduate of Fontys University of Applied Sciences, where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in information and communication technology in 2012. He started his professional career in 2013 at GasTerra, a natural gas and green gas wholesaler, as a software engineer.

Subsequently, he held software engineering positions at several energy companies such as Powerhouse and Essent. He also worked as a solutions engineer at Philips, Rabobank and Accenture, a company that helps large companies, governments and other organizations build their digital infrastructure, optimize their operations, accelerate their growth and improve services to citizens.

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