Konga, Nigerian online mall and Yudala, African composite e-commerce company have officially announced a merger of their operations which will see them effectively become the biggest organized retail and e-commerce/marketplace outfit on the African continent.
CAD4Africa is South Africa's largest CAD (Computer Aided Design) software eCommerce site that is disrupting traditonal reseller model in CAD industry.
A recent report on the Nigerian Mobile Sector by Africa’s leading e-commerce company Jumia, has revealed an 11% increase in the number of Nigerians who visited the Jumia Website via their mobile phones, 79% in 2017 versus 71% in 2016.
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Nigerians carried out N1.41tn worth of transactions on the Point of Sales terminals across the country in 2017.
Businesses in Nigeria can securely request and receive payments directly from their customers without any hassles using PayU’s innovative and secure product called PayU Receive.
A total volume of 213,693,964 transactions valued at N19.33 trillion was recorded in the third quarter (Q3) of 2017 as data on Electronic Payment Channels in the Nigeria Banking Sector revealed.
Despite Nigeria’s retail sector being dominated by independent formats like Open Markets and Kiosks in terms of absolute store numbers, modern trade formats like Supermarkets and Hypermarkets are stepping up to fulfil the needs of consumers.
Jumia has introduced Jumia Bot, Nigeria’s first e-commerce Bot. Using Jumia Bot, shoppers can order food, find fashion or electronic items and book hotels and flights by simply having an online conversation with the bot.