Samuel Foyou is a Cameroonian businessman and industrialist.
Originates from western Region of Cameroon, more specifically from the Batié village in the Haut-plateaux subdivision.
Samuel Foyou made his fortune through commercial activities in Congo and Angola.
He owns Unalor a match production company acquired from the Fotso group in 2009, Plasticam, Sotrasel (kitchen salt production), Biscuiterie Samuel Foyou (BSF), and Moore Paragon printing. .
In 2014, he built the first 5-star hotel in the Chrystal palace chain in downtown Douala. He also started a brewing activity, the Samuel Foyou Brewery Company.
Samuel Foyou has applied to the State of Cameroon, an area of 2000 hectares to plant fruit trees, to produce natural juice for export. This could align with his brewery project.
It is also the majority shareholder of the Cameroon Fermentation Company (Fermencam), a distillery bought in 2006 from Victor Fotso, with a turnover of 12 billion CFA francs in 2013.
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