Camille SegnigbindeChief Executive Officer
Afrique Vision Média Consulting
Godomey , Benin
Born in Cotonou on April 15, 1989, Camille, of Beninese nationality, holds a Master's degree in Human and Economic Geography at the UniversitÃ© d'Abomey Calavi. Passionate about journalism from a young age, he was introduced to the print media and led the journalism club until he graduated from the A- Level degree, option B in 2009. At the same time, he pursued his studies and journalism in the renowned daily newspapers of Benin, the last of which, in his capacity as a journalist (economics specialist) and from where he resigned in 2015. It was from La Nouvelle. After leaving this structure, he created his first company called Agence Visuelle et Logistique BÃ©nin Sarl specializing, in supporting emerging companies in their growth process by setting up an accelerator in Benin. Then, because of difficulties, he was obliged to create Africa Vision Media Consulting whose primary mission is to help counter the media war that Africa is undergoing by promoting the image of the continent through the promotion of African companies and innovative initiatives to give content to the label "Made in Africa ". Former West Africa Coordinator of the Africa Belgium Business Week Forum (2013-2015), former member of the Youth Council of the United States Ambassador to Benin, Alumni of the International Visitors Leadership Program of the US Department of State in 2015, winner of the entrepreneurship program of the Tony Elumelu Foundation and the OIF Quiz Media Labo 2018 Contest. Camille is also President of a Benin Association of Writers. Through his novel " Un si long voyage", published in 2014 by Tamarins (Benin), he raises awareness among African youth about the dangers of immigration.
Afrique Vision Média Consulting is an engineering, consulting, training and online media company. Its primary mission is to contribute to the development of Africa’s positive image by preventing start-ups and innovative Beninese and African initiatives, which can give content to the “made in Africa” label, from dying prematurely, due to the lack of visibility solutions adapted to their specific needs and their financial market to reach their potential customers.
In Benin, for example, 80% of start-ups die before they close their first year of operation.
AVM-C, through several tools including the www.afriquevisionmedia.com platform (web and mobile multimedia platform (Web TV, web radio and online print media), offers, in the form of a package, a diversity of solutions, customized and adapted visibility channels, at very low costs, to initiatives and emerging and innovative companies in order to enable them to survive and grow by increasing their revenues or attracting the attention of potential investors.