Founded by Burkinabè Zakaria Daboné (36), the Bifasor platform is currently developing from Paris and aspires to become the Uber of African logisticians.
The young company, Bifasor, wants to revolutionize the logistics sector by bringing together customers and the various stakeholders (brokers, freight forwarders, transporters or even mechanics and garages). One way to avoid going through informal brokers, often at high prices.
The service must allow its users to find and contact in a few clicks, from a computer, smartphone or tablet, partners or customers, whether it is to find goods, to store them or to deliver them. “One way to streamline operations, by finding the right service at the right price, while building long-lasting business relationships,” suggests the company’s communication.
Bifasor started its activities in 2016 with a team of five people and a bilingual site (French and English). The leaders hope to pass by the end of the year the milestone of 50,000 users, mainly in Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast and Ghana, and promise “soon” access to the platform in Portuguese and Arabic . To develop its activities, the company estimates the investment needs at around 300,000 euros.