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New Jumia Tanzania CEO aims to change shopping culture

Friday 4 May 2018 | 10:54 CET | News
Jumia Tanzania's new CEO Zadok Prescott aims to instil an online shopping culture in the country, reports The Citizen. Prescott wants his company to serve its customers quickly and conveniently to their doors and pay on delivery, making sure that there is no risk. Online shopping in more developed internet markets accounts for 10-20 percent of all retail, but there are no accurate figures in Tanzania.

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Jumia / Millicom
Countries: Tanzania, United Republic of
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