Jumia partners Audrey Pack to promote maternal, child health in Nigeria
Worried by the growing incidence of maternal and child mortality in Nigeria, Jumia, the online shopping site has partnered with The Audrey Pack, a Non Governmental Organisation...
58 Nigerian companies among fastest growing in Africa, says London Stock Exchange
The London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) on Friday launched a report that listed 58 Nigerian companies among the fastest growing private businesses in Africa.
Diamond Bank, Jumia partner on service delivery
The partnership, which kicked off with a customer loyalty campaign to Diamond’s Xclusive customers in Lagos and Abuja since January 9, 2017, would last for two months.
Nigerian technology investment outlook
Late Chief Michael Ibru had once told me to go and sell fish instead of doing consulting. His reason was that “everyone eats fish”. He was right, I have come to realise over time...
Nigeria leads South Africa, others in online shopping
According to GeoPoll, which conducted the survey on five African countries including Nigeria, South Africa, Uganda, Kenya and Ghana, said though there have been significant growth in online shopping on the continent, but SSA still don’t trust e-commerce sites.
Retail consumption hits $388b yearly, may rise to $1.4 tr by 2030
The Founder, Centre for Value Leadership (CVL), Prof. Pat Utomi, has disclosed that Nigeria’s current retail consumption is estimated at $388 billion ...
Online sales record 20% increase in traffic amidst recession
Yudala also claimed to have witnessed huge traffic on the plaftrom, stressing that within the first 12 hours of it’s Black Friday, it recorded a sales of about N450 million.
Jumia offer flash sales as Black Friday ends
Jumia’s biggest day of the Black Friday sales started today at midnight and will go on till midnight with flash sales and amazing deals on electronics, fashion, appliances and more.
Black Friday: Good deals or marketing gimmicks
“It’s a very successful retail marketing gimmick, a US retail ploy invented in 1932 to get people to go shopping when their accounts were in the black,” said Mike Cullis, CEO of Soul, told telegraph.co.uk.