Thiaba Camara Sy expects a busy 2022 for WIC Capital

Thiaba Camara Sy expects a busy 2022 for WIC Capital

The Senegalese entrepreneur shared with Jeune Afrique Business+ her plans for the coming months, with an acceleration of transactions via WIC Capital, a vehicle dedicated to women entrepreneurs.

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            ▪ Thiaba Camara Sy expects a busy 2022 for WIC Capital

▪ The Senegalese entrepreneur shared with Jeune Afrique Business+ her plans for the coming months, with an acceleration of transactions via WIC Capital, a vehicle dedicated to women entrepreneurs.

https://www.africabusinessplus.com/en/808907/thiaba-camara-sy-expects-a-busy-2022-for-wic-capital/

According to Jeune Afrique Business+ sources, Thiaba Camara Sy is preparing for a boom year in 2022 for WIC Capital.

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