AfriCart.ng: Social E-Commerce Marketplace for Manufacturers & Merchants of Made-in-Africa Products

AfriCart.ng is a social e-commerce marketplace for Manufacturers and Merchants on Made-in-Africa products. The platform launched on the 1st of October 2020 and is set to become a frontier for the African manufacturing industry and the world at large, handling procurement, seamless paying and easy shipping of goods across and outside Africa.

The founder and CEO of AfriCart.ng – ‘Oyez’ Oyezechukwu said; “Africa and the entire black race has taken centre stage in media, entertainment and human rights and the whole world has our attention right now. From Black Panther to #BlackLivesMatter and the global acceptance Afrobeats is currently enjoying. There’s no better time launch a platform that caters for the needs of manufacturers and merchants of made-in-Africa products and the time is now.

I’ve always been proud of the African heritage, knowing that our ancestors were kings and queens who ventured in intercontinental trade and commerce, unlike what the popular history portrays; our generation has taken it upon itself to rewrite the history books and retell these stories.”

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Entrepreneurs and startups (small, medium or large scale enterprises) are enjoined to come on board, showcase their brands and products and sell. Buyers around the world can sign up on the website and connect with sellers. The website functions as a e-commerce social network giving people the ability to interact and make good business.

Anyone can sign up, then choose the type of profile that represents them; Client (Buyer) or Merchant (Seller).

Sellers can upload their products via the Dashboard.

For partnership and enquiries;
Phone: +2347037264476, or +2348059488615
Email: [email protected]


Facebook | Instagram: @africart.ng
Twitter: @africart_ng

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