The Road To Africa’s Next Tech Unicorn
18th July 2018

In 2016, Africa Internet Group (Jumia’s former parent company) raised $493 million at a $1 billion valuation making it Africa’s first tech unicorn. Jumia comprises 10 businesses (sharing the brand name) spread across 23 African nations. The company which launched in 2012, generated about $234 million in revenue in 2015, a 265% increase from the […]

Digest: Google Launchpad Accelerator Expands to Other African Countries
4th September 2017

This is an edited version of the TechCabal daily digest for September 4, 2017. Subscribe here, to get it in your mailbox every day around 7am (WAT).

Op-Ed: SWOT analysis of the Nigerian e-commerce sector
12th April 2017

Analysis of the strength, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats prevalent in the Nigerian e-commerce sector

Jumia Nigeria is launching Jumia Local to sell made-in-Nigeria products
28th September 2016

Merchants will be able to sell on the site at 0% commission

Jumia is launching a third party payment solution called *drumroll* Jumia Pay
23rd August 2016

It’s coming to Nigeria first

Angu: Oo Nwoye thinks the ecommerce problem is more execution, than addressable market size
29th July 2016

In light of the recently published Kinnevik Q2 2016 earnings report, TechCabal organised a conference call at noon yesterday with a few financial and e-commerce experts to discuss the state of the internet business in Nigeria. One of the experts on the call, an Investor named, Eloho Omame thinks the real issue is that the Nigerian […]

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