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2 Sep 2021
The Executive Director of The Guardian, Mr. Tive Alex-Ibru, and other dignitaries have attended the unveiling of brand ambassadors of the French-Nigerian technology startup, Kwik Delivery.
9 Jun 2021
Kwik Delivery is a Nigerian startup, an on-demand, last-mile delivery platform that connects businesses to independent delivery riders dubbed Kwiksters. The firm recently raised about €1.7 million in its pre-series A financing round to expand into new markets. Founder and Chief Executive Officer, ROMAIN POIROT-LELLIG, in this interview with SODIQ OMOLAOAYE, says the firm is redefining Nigeria's logistics industry by providing requisite
20 Mar 2021
Kwik Delivery  has launched its breakthrough, just-in time delivery service to businesses, government agencies and merchants in Abuja. Kwik Delivery offers 1-hour delivery through its fleet of bike delivery partners and also provides access to a host of reliable, efficient and trusted 4-wheels vehicles. "As the political center of Nigeria, Abuja is in strong demand…
7 Dec 2019
Kwik Delivery and Winpart have announced a partnership to ensure smooth, on-demand and flexible last-mile delivery of light auto spare-parts to customers in Nigeria.

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