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Interviews Anat Bar-Gera : Comment Internet change l’Afrique

Interviews Anat Bar-Gera : Comment Internet change l’Afrique

2015-12-11

Le marché de la téléphonie mobile et de l’Internet mobile enregistre en Afrique une croissance qu’il ne connaît nulle part ailleurs. L’accès à cette technologie ouvre à de larges couches de population de nouvelles possibilités de gagner de l’argent, d’apprendre, et de se connecter au monde. Anat Bar-Gera, entrepreneuse vivant en Suisse, s’est implantée sur ce marché de croissance. Madame Bar-Gera, vous avez multiplié les créations d’entreprises au cours de votre carrière professionnelle. Quelle...

How the Internet is changing Africa : Interviews Anat Bar-Gera

How the Internet is changing Africa : Interviews Anat Bar-Gera

2015-12-11

Nowhere is the market for mobile telephony and wireless Internet connectivity growing faster than in Africa. Access to this technology opens up new possibilities for locals from all walks of life to earn a living, further their education and link up with the world. Switzerland-based entrepreneuse Anat Bar-Gera has gained a foothold in this growth market. Ms Bar-Gera, in your career so far you’ve founded one company after the other. What keeps you going? I love my work. I’ve been lucky: I found...

[Séminaire Web] 05 Novembre 2015 : Rejoignez YooMee pour réduire la fracture Numérique en Afrique Subsaharienne - Français

[Séminaire Web] 05 Novembre 2015 : Rejoignez YooMee pour réduire la fracture Numérique en Afrique Subsaharienne - Français

2015-10-30

INSCRIVEZ VOUS (https://www.homestrings-events.com/webinars/homestrings-webinar-yoomee-french/#.VjNRBbcveM9)   YooMee Africa AG est un opérateur de Haut Débit basé à Zurich, Suisse offrant une connectivité Internet mobile sans fil Haut Débit avec une qualité exceptionnelle en Afrique sub-saharienne. La société s'est engagée à aider à combler la fracture numérique en Afrique sub-saharienne. YooMee est actuellement présent en Côte d’Ivoire et au Cameroun et s’est également engagée à propager la ...

[Webinar] 04 November 2015 : Join YooMee to Close the Digital Divide in Sub-Sahara Africa - English

[Webinar] 04 November 2015 : Join YooMee to Close the Digital Divide in Sub-Sahara Africa - English

2015-10-30

REGISTER NOW (https://www.homestrings-events.com/webinars/homestrings-webinar-yoomee-english/#.VjNFjLcveM9)     They speak about YooMee CrowdFunding :

ITU TELECOM WORLD 2015 INTERVIEWS: Anat Bar-Gera, Chairperson, YooMee Africa AG

ITU TELECOM WORLD 2015 INTERVIEWS: Anat Bar-Gera, Chairperson, YooMee Africa AG

2015-10-13

About ITU Telecom World 2015 ICT’s leading experts and thought-leaders from government, business and the world of technology engage in interactive debates focused on accelerating innovation for social good and economic development.  

Anat Bar-Gera Speaking at the ITU Telecom World 2015: Leadership summit closure.

Anat Bar-Gera Speaking at the ITU Telecom World 2015: Leadership summit closure.

2015-10-12

Leadership Summit Integrating digital markets: new building blocks to regional integration Monday, October 12, 2015, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Conf Room 1 Better access for consumers and businesses to online goods and services across the world is critical to increase the availability of digital technologies and tools, maximising the social and economic benefits of the internet economy and laying the foundation of future prosperity. Removing barriers, eliminating bottlenecks and harmonizing regul...

 How Technology is Bridging the Gap for the Diaspora 15 October 2015

How Technology is Bridging the Gap for the Diaspora 15 October 2015

2015-10-09

  Webinar Registration For Global Diaspora Week, Homestrings and its partners Azimo and DMA are looking at how technology is innovating and bringing the diaspora closer to home. Leading experts who are pioneering ways to strengthen the links despite the distance from family and friends back home will come together in this exciting webinar. Why attend? - Gain insights on some of the latest trends in technology for the diaspora - Find out what some local companies are doing "on the groun...

Alcatel-Lucent - Creating A Data Revolution In Africa!

Alcatel-Lucent - Creating A Data Revolution In Africa!

2015-09-30

We see that the continent has various connectivity needs, crucial for its social and economic development. Increasing the availability of ultra-broadband services is essential for Africa’s future development. Becoming digital is an important catalyst for change, for development and innovation.The continent’s infrastructure will need greater capacity to deliver high-quality ultra-broadband connectivity to support added-value services for end users in both urban and remote areas. Alcatel-Lucent ha...

BIG DATA GROWTH: Are We Ready?

BIG DATA GROWTH: Are We Ready?

2015-09-07

With analysts predicting a data boom in Africa in 2015 and beyond, the question is whether telecommunication operators are ready to meet the expected spike in demand from data-hungry consumers. These fears are well-founded going by the teething problems with the voice revolution. Olubayo Abiodun, Clifford Agugoesi and Chimezie Ndubisi look at how stakeholders are positioning themselves to take advantage of the opportunities   http://www.africatelecomit.com/big-data-growth-are-we-ready (htt...

Unlimited Internet usage services launched in Côte d’Ivoire

Unlimited Internet usage services launched in Côte d’Ivoire

2015-05-22

On Friday May 1st, 2015, YooMee Africa, a high-speed mobile Internet provider operating the only commercial LTE network in Côte d’Ivoire, launched a new service: YooMee Night, an unlimited Internet service available from 11:00pm until early morning. The goal of the new service is to allow active and attentive users with limited financial means to enjoy all types of surfing and downloading without limitation. The unlimited offer costs less than US$ 2 per night, or less than US$ 9 for a whole w...

Battle for 4G subscribers in Cote d’Ivoire set to hot up as mobile operators get ready to roll-out – YooMee wants to be reference point for quality and speed

Battle for 4G subscribers in Cote d’Ivoire set to hot up as mobile operators get ready to roll-out – YooMee wants to be reference point for quality and speed

2015-04-09

The battle for 4G subscribers in Cote d’Ivoire looks like it will hot up soon as the “big gorilla” operators enter the market. There’s currently a blockage but the Government and regulator think they have a plan to overcome it. Russell Southwood spoke to Yann Le Guen, Managing Director of Cote d’Ivoire’s only independent 4G provider YooMee. Launched in 2011, YooMee in Cote d’Ivoire offers LTE in Abidjan and operates in 2300 Mhz spectrum as there is no 800 Mhz spectrum available, more of which...

YooMee is part of the Global TDE-LTE Initiative Annual Report 2015

YooMee is part of the Global TDE-LTE Initiative Annual Report 2015

2015-03-12

Global TD-LTE Initiative (GTI) is a virtual open platform to advocate cooperation among global operators to promote TD-LTE. Source: http://lte-tdd.org/about/mem/oper/2013-11-22/1666.html (http://lte-tdd.org/about/mem/oper/2013-11-22/1666.html)

YooMee Africa launches PayPal services in Cameroon and Ivory Coast

YooMee Africa launches PayPal services in Cameroon and Ivory Coast

2015-01-12

Press Release 09.01.2014   YooMee Africa launches PayPal services in Cameroon and Ivory Coast!   YooMee accepts all bankcards: VISA, Mastercard, American Express    On Friday, January 9th, 2015, YooMee Africa, a high-speed mobile internet provider, launched a new service: recharging via PayPal (www.paypal.com (http://www.paypal.com))! With the YooMee – PayPal partnership, online payments finally become reality in the region. Consumers of YooMee services can use their bankcards, VISA,...

The Wall Street Journal: YooMee Helps Open Up Africa's Web Market

The Wall Street Journal: YooMee Helps Open Up Africa's Web Market

2015-01-10

Internet Provider Paves the Way for Online Retailing in Cameroon   By EMMANUEL TUMANJONGUpdated Jan. 9, 2014 9:48 p.m. ET     YooMee is targeted at young university graduates and small and medium-size businesses to penetrate more remote corners of Cameroon. Emmanuel Tumanjong/The Wall Street Journal DOUALA, Cameroon—Before flying out of New York last month, Jean-Blaise Ewane placed an order for his favorite Cameroonian dish of roasted fish. It was served...

AfricaCom 2014 speaker Dov Bar Gera, CEO of YooMee on the advantages of LTE

AfricaCom 2014 speaker Dov Bar Gera, CEO of YooMee on the advantages of LTE

2014-12-22

Dov Bar Gera, CEO, YooMee discusses the advantages of LTE and how YooMee are reaching their goal of bringing broadband wireless high speed internet into sub-Saharan Africa. AfricaCom is the biggest and best tech event in Africa that gathers together senior decision-makers from the entire digital ecosystem…

YooMee’s Anat Bar-Gera called by the UN

YooMee’s Anat Bar-Gera called by the UN

2014-11-27

Anat Bar-Gera, co-founder and Chairperson of YooMee Africa, spoke at the prestigious United Nations UNCTAD’s World Investment Forum 2014 (http://unctad-worldinvestmentforum.org/). With over 3000 participants and 300 speakers, including Prince Charles and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the event focused on the importance of investing in sustainable development. Bar-Gera had the opportunity to contribute to the lively debate on Investment in Landlocked Developing Countries (LLDCs). In he...

The Internet as a development aid

The Internet as a development aid

2014-11-13

Young Ugandans sit at a festival in Kampala (Picture by Yannick Tylle / Corbis / Dukas Technological progress and the spread of the Internet represent opportunities for developing countries. Particularly in Africa, experts see great potential. But is the road to progress really that simple? As citizens of the western world it can be hard to imagine that two thirds of the world's population still do not have access to the Internet. Of the 2.5 billion people who regularly go online, almost ...

African telcos insist LTE is vital to the region

African telcos insist LTE is vital to the region

2014-11-12

Day two of AfricaCom 2014 saw a group of the continent’s most influential telecoms companies engaged in a panel discussion around the importance of LTE to Africa’s digital economy. With fixed broadband infrastructure still relatively thin on the ground, mobile broadband represents the only opportunity many Africans have to get online. While 3G may be the entry point for this, LTE offers many advantages, including simplicity, speed and data-optimization. The panel featured representatives from...

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