(c) Ethel Cofie, (c) Roland Fomundam

Ethel Cofie und Roland Fomundam

Mousonturm Studio 1


Ethel Delali Cofie

Ethel Delali Cofie is a Ghanaian entrepreneur and information technology consultant. After her studies in Ghana, Great Britain and the USA she worked as Head of Commercial Solutions for Vodafone Ghana. Today she is CEO of EDEL Technology Consulting in Ghana. She founded the organization Women in Tech Africa (WITA), which focuses on the entrepreneurial development and empowerment of women, especially in information technology in Africa. WITA wants to enable women to advance Africa’s history of growth.

Roland Fomundam

Roland Fomundam pioneered the development and deployment of the first solar dehydrator in Cameroon. He also introduced the mechanical water pumps, green charcoal, corn deshellers and of recent, the low cost greenhouse technology through his company GreenHouse Ventures (GHV) Ltd founded in 2014. These cost effective greenhouse farms have been instrumental in enabling farmers to produce food year round, ensuring continuous profits while saving the environment. Since inception, the company has successfully introduced greenhouse farming to Cameroon and Cameroonians in a way that has attracted and engaged more youths in the industry than usual. His models are now being emulated and replicated in other African countries like Uganda, Nigeria, Mali, Ivory Coast and Ghana where the company is currently carrying out studies for proper implementation.

Roland Fomundam holds a Master of Science in Technology Entrepreneurship and a dual Bachelors in Biology and Business Management from Northeastern University, USA. Roland is a serial entrepreneur and a lecturer in multiple Universities in Cameroon where he teaches Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Followed by a panel with Bonaventure Soh Bejeng Ndikung, Arlette-Louise Ndakoze (presentation), Ethel D. Cofie, Roland Fomundam, Tumi Mogorosi und Gabi Motuba.