Corporates Kenya

Jumia customers in Nyanza to benefit from Jumia City Penetration

Picture Caption: Jumia Kenya CEO, Juan Seco (left) awards Rashnik Traders limited, Karan Ahuja as Jumia Category Leader of the year. Looking on is Sheila Noella and Lillian Muthini from Jumia’s Commercial team

By James Mutua

Jumia customers in Nyanza and Western regions in Kenya will benefit from the Jumia City Penetration program giving them access to millions of products on the online platform at a reduced delivery fee from next year. Jumia plans to expand its reach to rural areas by 15% in the coming year as part of its growth strategy. Jumia Kenya CEO, Juan Seco made the announcement during the Jumia Awards at the Aspire Center in Westlands Nairobi.

“As part of our growth strategy, we want to reach more customers outside Nairobi, give them access to millions of products on our platform, and provide a better consumer experience. This is good news for our vendors as we also continue to increase the reach of Jumia and expand the customer base they can access when working with us.”, Jumia Kenya CEO, Juan Seco said during the awards ceremony.

The city penetration program aims to speed up the uptake of online shopping upcountry, by providing opportunities for vendors countrywide.

Among those awarded for top performing categories included, Vision Plus for Best TV Category Growth, Waanzilishi for 2022 Best Fashion Category Growth, Diageo scooped the Beverage Category Leader and Pwani Oil scooped the Best Food Category Growth. Transsion Holdings (Tecno, Infinix, itel) stood out as the Leader in the phone category.

The annual vendor award ceremony was aimed at celebrating Jumia vendors and sharing insights into the next year.

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