Top E-commerce Companies in Nigeria

Top E-commerce Companies in Nigeria will be listed and discussed in this article. We hope you find it both helpful and informative.

With the emergence of e-commerce in Nigeria, businesses and business owners got yet another potent way to reach their existing and potential customers.

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Top E-commerce Companies in Nigeria
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With the ever-increasing number of internet users, it is no doubt that if the avenues provided by e-commerce are optimally exploited and its potentials fully harnessed, scalability will be a lot easier for small and medium enterprises SMEs) in the country.

If as a business owner, you are yet to take your business online or you want your online business to do a lot better, you would need to look closely at the list of top e-companies in this article and consider modeling yours after them.

Top E-commerce Companies in Nigeria

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The following are the Top E-commerce Companies in Nigeria:

1. Jumia Nigeria

It was founded in 2012 and only 7 years down, it has climbed its way to the top of the Nigerian e-commerce subsector.

Jumia marketplace as it is mostly called delivers top-notch services to all the states in the country. Jumia has partnered with over 50, 000 businesses and individuals since 2012.

2. Konga

Is also known as Nigeria’s online megastore and it prides itself in swift delivery of services, the ease and convenience it affords her patronizers, and the opportunity it gives manufacturers of diverse products to display their products. Konga has large warehouses in the major cities in Nigeria, like Lagos, Abuja, and Port Harcourt.

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3. DealDey

DealDey is like the map for smart Nigerians because it serves as a guide for them to make purchases of the items on their shopping list at the time when they will enjoy the highest utility from their money. On DealDey, information about new and exciting shopping deals are made available to consumers daily.

Dealdey takes the consumers by the hand and leads them to great businesses giving mouth-watering and wallet-friendly offers, such as promos, bonanzas, give-always, and discounts on a daily basis. It was founded in 2011.

4. Payporte

It tagged itself Nigeria’s preferred retail store. Payporte serves a wide range of audiences (old and young) and it partners with different businesses to showcase their goods while providing great logistics coverage.

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5. Vconnect

It was mainly a directory for other businesses, usually providing information to prospective buyers or patronizers of other businesses.

But recently, Vconnect began to make sales of products, provides logistics supports, and payment platforms for people.

6. Jiji Nigeria

It is one of the e-commerce companies which have proven its worth by remaining afloat in the highly competitive subsector. Founded in 2014, Jiji.ng has climbed its way to the top e-commerce companies in Nigeria.

Not only is it a fast-growing Nigerian free online classifieds with an advanced security system, but Jiji also provides a hitch-free platform for different types of purchases.  Free classified ads are also permitted on Jiji’s website by sellers or business owners.

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7. OLX 

It is a deviant of the conventional online stores because, rather than making sales, it is a simulation of a confluence point for buyers and sellers needing information on various goods, services, and products.

By Wisdom Enang

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