William Elong is 23 years old. He is the developer of the Cameroonian start-up called Will & Brothers. The start-up is specialised in economic intelligence and technology innovation. William Elong appears in the 7th position of the top 30 most promising young African entrepreneurs in 2016, published by the famous American magazine Forbes.
He is the youngest graduate of the Economic War School of Paris at the age of 20. He is the first and one of two Central African nationals (with Gabonese Mark Doumba, co-founder of Clikafrik Group) in a list dominated by Kenyans, South Africans and Ghanaians. Will & Brothers developed the application called DroneAfrica, which enables the “first civilian drone service” in Cameroon.
According to Elong, the DroneAfrica concept comes to revolutionise many things. It will promote tourism, notably thanks to the capture of unusual pictures; the mapping, at reduced costs of mining and urban development projects; more efficient coverage of major events, such as fairs, cultural events or football tournaments; collecting images of disaster areas or simply difficultly accessible areas, etc
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