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Will Jumia Survive in Nigeria?

Recent developments indicate that all is not well at one of Africa’s biggest e-commerce outposts, even as facts on the ground suggest Jumia may be considering exiting its biggest market,…

Development of Regulation , Vehicle for Promoting Commerce in Nigeria

The call for collaboration couldn't be more apt as there are numerous private companies contributing directly and indirectly to the growth of the digital economy.

DHL Outlines Fundamental Problems Affecting Nigeria’s eCommerce

The current e-commerce spending in Nigeria is estimated at $12 billion and is projected to reach $75 billion in revenues per annum by 2025

Boom Leverages Blockchain Technology to Drive Financial Inclusion – CEO

Drawing on his deep knowledge of blockchain, creating Boom was possible. Also, he founded the Pingsta intellectual network for engineers, cryptographers, and scientists in 2007.

B2B eCommerce as an Enabler of Micro Businesses

The informal retail space in Nigeria has one of the lowest entry barriers. Most people who are into ‘hustling’ – street parlance for those chasing extra income – play in…

B2B e-Commerce is Helping Micro Businesses Save Time, Energy and Resources

Through texts, phone calls and logging on to its site where applicable, customers can easily place orders and get the goods delivered swiftly...

E-Commerce: The New Market Enabler for Distributors, Manufacturers

E-commerce companies, by their nature of business, are asset-heavy which makes them part of the solutions to the perennial infrastructure problems in the sector

Upstream Partners with Socital on Mobile Marketing Automation, Expand eCommerce

Upstream and Socital to share technology and expertise; Trials of converged solution to take place in Greece and Brazil this year

Red Star Express sets 2022 target to commission multi-billion naira cargo, truck facilities

Red Star Express Plc, foremost Nigerian logistics company, has set targets to commission its cargo warehouse and trucking facilities worth billions of naira, TechEconomy.ng can report. Recall that the ISO…

E-commerce showing huge contribution to Nigeria’s economy 

With 58 online marketplaces in the Nigerian e-commerce space, the contribution of companies such as Jumia, Konga, Jiji, Kaiglo, Njalo.ng, in recent years are exceptional and the economic outlook for…