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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 landscape.

Speaking at the unveiling ceremony, Vice President, Marketing and Sales, Brandocks, Enobong Kennedy, said: “We noticed that there was a huge gap in the order of branded apparels in Nigeria, and across Africa.

The platform allows individuals order for any branded apparel of their choice from a single piece to as much as one million pieces, depending on the quantity they want.”

“With Brandocks, our customers are allowed to customise their apparel to their taste, specification, design, size, and even to the colour they want.

“We realise that technology is the next big thing. We also realise that technology is where the world is going into, so we decided to marry that off line experience online, and that is what gave birth to Brandocks.”

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