Ebay, the largest auctioning bidding companies website in the wall is to partner with MallAfrica in delivering its service to African countries. It is a good news to many people who have been using not too straight and legit means to buy and order things from the company; Ebay.
With Ebay partnering with MallAfrica will be a good ones for those who cannot do with it. The news abou it is that, the app that is being currently built, is to be tested in Nigeria first by July 2016, and other African countries like Ghana, Kenya, South Africa is to experience it later.
Under the agreement, an eBay Powered by MallforAfrica dedicated platform will be launched as confirmed by eBay Business Development Director Fernando Saiz.
“The platform will enable inventory from all eBay U.S. individual and business sellers with a 300+ star rating to be purchased by buyers in Nigeria and Kenya,” said Saiz.
Confirming the deal, MallforAfrica CEO Chris Folayan, said sales on the ebay.MallforAfrica.com site begin first in Nigeria, then Kenya, followed by Ghana, all in 2016.
“We are creating a unique ‘eBay Powered by MallforAfrica’ app to run on all our platforms. When buyers in Africa shop with this app, they’ll be able to shop on eBay, buy what they want, check out, and pay through MallforAfrica,” said Folayan.
eBay and MallforAfrica.com confirmed the partnership will be a financial, marketing, and logistics arrangement only. eBay affirmed has not taken any equity stake in MallforAfrica.