Africa Internet Group, the largest e-commerce platform in Africa and parent company of Jumia, today announced a partnership with Orange to accelerate the growth of the company and seize development opportunities on the continent.
Jovago and AccorHotels announced today the signing of an innovative partnership to incorporate all AccorHotels established on the African continent on the Jovago platform - Africa’s n°1 online hotel booking website.
Africa Internet Group (“AIG”), the parent of Jumia, the leading ecommerce platform in Africa, has secured more than Euro 300 million in funding from new and existing investors, including the previously announced funding commitment from AXA.
February has marked Kaymu’s third year as a powerful player in the ecommerce ecosystem of Nigeria and Africa at large. This month was filled with initiatives that spoke to Kaymu’s commitment to the community.
February 15th was a cheerful day for the children at the Pediatric Oncology Ward of the Lagos University Teaching Hospital (LUTH). In honor of International Childhood Cancer Day, Kaymu spent a fun and gift-filled morning playing with children battling cancer.
Africa Internet Group (“AIG”), a leading e-commerce group in Africa, and AXA, a worldwide leader in insurance and asset management, today announced a partnership whereby AXA will become the exclusive provider of insurance products and services through Jumia and other AIG online and mobile platforms in Africa.
Kaymu.com.ng, Nigeria's #1 online marketplace, is excited to announce the launch of its referral program, a rewards initiative for loyal buyers who can earn Kaymu vouchers for referring friends, family, or colleagues to the site.
Pan-African E-commerce company, Jumia has just released a new Infographic with the objective of shining a light on the key facts and figures of the year that has passed as well as the promise of 2016. In 12 points, it goes back on its most memorable sales of the year, the records it broke, its engagement towards its customers and its fight for employment and talent creation in Nigeria, among others.
After months spent conducting a detailed research on the e-commerce eco-system in Nigeria, the leading online shopping community, Kaymu Nigeria, has put together a white paper tagged 'E-commerce in Nigeria: Market Trends and Consumer Behavior' where they researched on the purchasing habits of e-commerce consumers in Nigeria.
According to the Davos Declaration signed during the second International Conference on Tourism and Climate Change; tourism is estimated to contribute at least 5% of global CO2 emissions. This means that if any sector is to be at the forefront of driving and campaigning for effective Intended Nationally Determined Contributions (INDCs) at the ongoing COP21; then that must be the Tourism Sector.
Black Friday, the busiest shopping day imported from the US, drew in more than 2,8 millions unique visitors on jumia.com, Africa’s largest online shopping mall. Mobile traffic accounted for 67% of total traffic amounting to a total of 235k orders making Black Friday 2015 the largest shopping event in Africa.
Black Friday, one of the most popular shopping events in the world – is all about deals and bargain hunting. Set to be the first and largest event of its kind in Africa, Jumia - the leading online shopping destination in Africa, introduced Black Friday to the African market in 2013 and this year it will take place on Friday 27th November.
Three years ago today, Hellofood went live in Africa, receiving orders from its first 2 customers in Lagos. That was the start of an incredible journey to revolutionize how people eat in Africa, which now sees someone placing a Hellofood order every 5 seconds, across 11 countries in Africa.
Facebook and Jumia Nigeria partnered to host the first ‘Boost Your Business’ event in Nigeria last Thursday (19 November) at the Landmark Event Centre. More than 500 Nigerian entrepreneurs gathered to network, hear about marketing best practices, and learn about how they can use Facebook and Jumia to grow their businesses.
Jovago.com has signed up the first of Somali hotels to Africa’s leading online booking platform. This milestone comes at a time when the global hospitality industry is shifting gear in response to the e-Commerce wave sweeping through the sector.
Jumia aims at creating a connected digital Africa to improve people’s lives on the continent, thanks to the Internet. Therefore, Jumia’s mission is to connect African consumers and entrepreneurs to do better business together. Founded in 2012, with a presence in 23 African countries, the group has MTN, Rocket Internet, Millicom, Orange & Axa as investors. Jumia has been creating a sustainable ecosystem of digital services and infrastructures through online and mobile marketplaces and classifieds to expand your horizons.