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Lagos-based online gift card company, Suregifts, will soon extend its operations to Ghana and South Africa, the two countries where the companys says it has had a significant user engagement since its launch last year.

Suregifts said in a statement to TechCabal that it has also launched a new website and additional features on its platform as part of the expansion plan.

“Suregifts recently launched a new website with introduced several features to boost user-experience. Customers can now choose card designs based on the occasion, attach video messages, and have gift cards delivered to recipients via e-mail or even SMS,” the company said.

Suregifts is a network that allows users share gift vouchers that can be redeemed in any way desired by the recipient. The company, founded by three former execs at Jumia; Adeoye Ojo, Babafemi Lawal, and Olaoluwa Samuel-Biyi, has received investments from Venture Garden Group (VGG) and Africa Angels Network (AAN) and it looking to roll out in more countries by the end of 2015.

 

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