The young Senegalese startup makes it possible, from now on in 9 countries of Africa, the possibility to order and to pay from its platform articles on Amazon via Mobile money. A solution for the unique moment in Africa., works as a search engine by grouping all the sales sites of a country and then compares each product to find the best price.

Founded in 2017, the comparator has turned a corner in its business model to add a logic of shopping cross border with the French pillar of E-commerce against other players.

According to the structure, mobile money is an opportunity to “democratize” online shopping on international platforms after comparing prices in local currency.

Present today in Senegal, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Morocco, Tunisia, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and South Africa, the startup, founded by former Directors of JUMIA intends to invest all Africa in proving scalability of its platform in 7 chrono days for each of the targeted countries.
The startup aims far and intends to be the African reference on the search for prices and articles.

6-day deliveries are assured through a strong partnership with an experienced local expressist.

According to the founder Abdou C.DIENG, Ali express will also join the range of offers little bit. In addition, other mobile money-based partnerships are also in preparation for launch in the first half of 2019.

Definitely connected and disruptive, Africa innovates in terms of digital. This year promises to be rich for African e-commerce that never ceases to amaze.

The month of March looks like one of upheavals and has focused on a new deal for logisticians: first, we learn the integration of M-PESA on the platform Ali Baba, then Amazon, which for its share, offers a relay through the Western Union Africa network, and finally, Jumia, the famous unicorn, which celebrates its entry on Wall Street.

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