Williams Tcheho, Chairman of 237 Business Angels, has been appointed as High Commissioner for Cameroon. Senator Tcheho represents Cameroon in the Global Startup Committee of the Grand Assembly of the World Business Angels Investment Forum.
Williams Tcheho is the Chairman of 237 Business Angels, founded in November 2016 and based in Yaounde, the capital of Cameroon. Since 2006, he has worked for an African group of financial companies, including SAAR Insurance, Afriland First Bank, the African Participation Company, and the African Real Estate Development Corporation. Williams is the supervisor of portfolio managers at SAAR for the regions of Central, South and East Cameroon. He studied Computer Engineering and then finished a (another) Master’s degree in Marketing-Trade-Sales. In addition, Williams made equity investments (personally or on behalf of other people) in various Cameroonian start-ups: the A & G Company (an alluvial gold mining and restoration / rehabilitation of exploited sites), Advisor Management Capital (a start-up accelerator), the Subtile Sales Agency (a sales representative and digital marketing agency), Woody (a company that produces wooden advertising objects), and WellVago (a future platform for facilitating appointments with wellness specialists in Cameroon). He wishes to contribute to the development of a better ecosystem for the development of SMEs in Cameroon, mainly for those who have the ambition to target larger markets.