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20 May
In 2021, 805 unique sellers received loans through Jumia Lending, representing a 27 per cent increase in the number of sellers compared to 2020.
23 Jan
Jumia Nigeria Chairwoman, Juliet Anammah has stated that there's still a lot to explore in the African e-commerce market, as e-commerce on the continent is still about 5% of the total retail. Speaking in a recent interview with Darius Teeter of Stanford Seed, she said more tech companies are trooping into the African market, thus…
2 Feb 2021
FBN Holdings Plc has announced the appointment of Seni Adetu, Juliet Anammah and Otu Hughes as new board members. The new board members - Seni Adetu and Juliet Anammah were appointed as independent non-executive directors of FBN Holdings Plc. Otu Hughes was appointed as a non-executive director. "These appointments are subject to the approval of…
24 Jan 2020
For Nigeria's electronic commerce (eCommerce) sub-sector to grow, become profitable, and subsequently impact the economy, more education is required.
9 Nov 2019
Women in technology, especially female founders of tech start-ups have been urged to scale up for global impact despite the various challenges the market and environment throws at them.
28 Aug 2019
Jumia in its second quarter (Q2) report has confirmed that there has been some lawsuits filed against the firm and some of its officers but said the cases remained in its preliminary stages. 
22 May 2019
Electronic commerce platform, Jumia Technologies, has faulted claims by Citron Research that the firm is a fraud. Jumia described the recent allegations as ‘selected, biased or unverified facts’ with what appears to be a clear objective of damaging its brand and business,....
19 Apr 2019
Electronic commerce platform, Jumia, has linked the listing of its shares on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), on the need to showcase the digital innovation happening in Africa....
2 Feb 2019
In recognition of its contribution to promoting micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Nigeria and for remaining the most trusted and recognised online retailer...
31 Oct 2018
Jumia Nigeria’s Black Friday campaign, which will commence on November 2 to 30, is aimed at promoting the convenience of online shopping and growing small and medium businesses across the country.
17 Jul 2018
Electronic Commerce platform, Jumia, which clocked six years in Nigeria, is hoping for an efficient and robust eCommerce sector.
16 Mar 2018
Mobile phone penetration in Nigeria appears to be on the upward swing, as the number of subscribers grew astronomically in 2017 resulting in 84 per cent penetration from 53 per cent in 2016 for both features and smart phones.

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