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Founder/CEO, AppsTech

Rebecca Enonchong is one of the most prominent champions of African tech and investment on the continent. She is often recognized because of her tireless efforts to raise the profile of the industry while also pushing for startups to be protected from the excesses of regulators. Enonchong, who splits her time between Washington D.C. and Douala, Cameroon, has been the chair of AfriLabs, a collection of 320 innovation centers throughout 51 countries across the African continent, though her day job is as the veteran founder of AppsTech, an enterprise software company. She is also a supporter of Francophone Africa’s tech ecosystems, an early stage Pan-African investor, and a loud voice for greater Black and African female representation — specifically for more female CEOs and founders within the startup sphere.

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