Tanzania, Feb 14 – Mall for Africa global sales are forecast to increase by a mega 246.15% by 2021 to reach $4.5 trillion record. This will be a worldwide expansion since 2014, recording a robust development in the e-commerce sector.
According to statistics and reports, the Nigeria-owned e-commerce firm has attracted close to 1 billion potential customers, as it continues to spread its influence in the African continent market.
Recently, the company has continues to stretch further its services in the East African territories as it seeks to gain more grounds and pools of customers. Its latest footprint in the market was Tanzania, following its influence in the neighbouring states.
Other markets on the watch out include, Botswana, Egypt, Senegal, Congo, Ghana, Angola, Chad, Malawi and Sierra Leone. These countries have rapid growth in the culture for e-commerce which the firm is looking to take advantage of not only for itself but the general good of customers in Africa as well.
Its efficient way has been the online platform that has made it ideal and appealing to most of its users. The whole purpose of the online mall is to connect African customers to the international traders, bridging the gap between the producers and consumers.
The platform has been productive spurring businesses and trade. Goods and services that would somewhat be unachievable have been brought closer, just a click away. Connections have been established and better working relationships have catapulted businesses to greater heights.
Having recorded a good report in the current economies, it was a delightful pleasure to open other branches to explore greener pastures. The company can rely on the success of current economies to be replicated in the new ones, serving the customers and producers while cultivating the culture of e-commerce in the countries.
The firm has made it possible to access commodities from the United Kingdom to Africa and retail shops from the United States as well.