Africa-focused e-commerce company, Jumia has released its financial report for the second quarter (Q2) of 2019. This is the company’s second financial report since it became a publicly-traded company, and there are a lot of sides to the earnings report. Here’s what we know.
In a recent interview, Babatunde Fowler, the Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), disclosed that his agency is considering imposing a new tax specifically for e-commerce.
Jumia Prime is designed to reduce delivery costs for frequent Jumia customers. It also aims to turn infrequent and first-time customers to repeat buyers.
Overall, my first online international shopping experience was good, but I think that international logistics is still super fragmented.
With its plethora of infrastructural challenges and hostile business environments, Africa stands to gain a lot from hybridized business models such as fulfillment.
Introduction Valerie is a force of nature — bubbly and go-getter extraordinaire, author of The JJC Handbook and Founder / CEO of Ebony Street Market (ESM). ESM is an online marketplace that brings African artisan products to discerning customers in the U.K. I found ESM interesting, as it appeared to be a startup that threads the intersection […]