This Scram Africa video is giving me visions of what to do on my next motorbike trip! http://t.co/qEpXyNx2
It’s been nearly a year since we last checked in so it’s about time we updated this site for those of you that are still following us!
Last time we wrote a little about the company we were setting up Limbe Labs – since then the company has gone from strength to strength, we added another Swiss Director alongside our other partner Bill, we have grown and even started to make a little money. We’ve been able to bring on some great staff, invest in some exciting new businesses and do a whole lot more.
We have been a legally registered business in Cameroon since September 2009 and have slowly been growing our client base in both Europe for our outsourcing work and in Cameroon as our consulting work starts to take off.
We recently celebrated Labour Day on the 1st of May in Cameroon and it is quite a big deal, with most companies marching through the streets of their home town followed by a right old knees up.
Here are some pictures of the Limbe Labs lunch we had for our staff, their guests and all the people that are connected to Limbe Labs.
Limbe Labs office staff and other people connected to us, including co-workers, entrepreneurs, our lawyer, carpenter, plumber, drivers and some of their friends.
We are very proud of the staff we have and the work we have done for our clients so far and are very excited about what the future holds for Limbe Labs as we continue to grow. It hasn’t been at all easy to get this far and we’ve both considered throwing the towel in several times, but when you have celebrations like this labour day you realise what an impact the business actually has already and it makes it all seem very worthwhile.
Keep an eye on this space as we will keep updating it from time to time.
Finally back online after an extended maintenance hiatus! https://2wheels2africa-usingthe.rhcloud.com/
The bikers are back in town! Join us on 6th August 7pm @ Sir Richard Steele in Camden. Fun and Frolics will ensue! Spread it…