According to reports, West Africa based online retail company Jumia is expanding its services to the Ivory Coast. Moreover, having recently reached its one year anniversary of operation it will also operate in countries such as Nigeria, Egypt, Kenya and Morocco.
Jumia is an online marketplace selling clothes, home appliances, electronics and mobile phone services to African consumers.
Jeremy Hodara, Co-CEO of Jumia, stated, “We want all Africans to purchase high quality products for best prices. We launched in Nigeria, Morocco, Kenya and Egypt before and are now in a market leading position in every country. We see the same potential in Ivory Coast and thus provide every customer with a secure, easy-to-use and convenient shopping experience.”
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