‘Low trust continues to drag eCommerce potential in Nigeria’
Low trust environment has been identified as a major limitation affecting electronic commerce (eCommerce) besides the conventional challenges such as low asset investments, poor standards and service quality and poor logistics.
eCommerce operator boasts of enough capital despite low business
Despite the struggling nature of Nigeria’s electronic commerce (eCommerce) sector, which has led to the quitting of several operators, one of the surviving players, Konga
Poor logistics, infrastructure gaps battle eCommerce operations in 2019
The hydra-headed challenges of poor logistics and infrastructure gaps have been identified as major factors that limited the development of electronic commerce (eCommerce) in Nigeria
Perspectives for growth and sustainability of eCommerce operations
Today, with the very strong impact of globalisation, digitalisation and social media, the engagement with e-commerce across the world keeps changing. Many companies and advertising players are forced to implement new consumer
Tech innovations that can help tackle youth unemployment in Nigeria
High unemployment, especially among the youths, has negative consequences on the economy of the country and population.
NCC wants new investments in digital technology, puts teledensity at 116%
Fresh investments in digital technologies would enable Nigeria to actively play in the fourth industrial revolution. The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC), which raised this view yesterday in Lagos at the 2018 Information Communications Technology and Telecommunication (ICTEL) Expo, organized by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), informed that thus far, about $70 billion…
Konga in landmark merger with Yudala to strengthen eCommerce
In a landmark industry achievement, Konga, Nigeria's online mall and Yudala, Africa's pioneer composite e-commerce companies have officially merged their operations. This will see them effectively become the biggest retail and e-commerce outfit on the African continent. The business merger, which takes effect from May 1, will see both companies operate under the Konga brand…
Online platform debuts to promote ecommerce
The growing e-commerce space in Nigeria has added another indigenous platform following the launch of Brandocks, an online space that allows individuals purchase branded shirts and other apparels. Brandocks launched its online platform recently in Lagos, to embrace ICT solutions in a bid to support its growth initiative, and tap into the country’s booming online…
Jumia unveils loans for vendors to boost eCommerce in Nigeria
Jumia Global Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Jeremy Hodara, who disclosed this, informed that the online shopping platform has 15, 000 vendors in the country.