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Fashion-conscious Lagosians switch to online shopping

Fashion-conscious Lagosians switch to online shopping

Three years ago, MallforAfrica joined the raft of Nigerian tech start-ups attracting private equity and venture capital backing.

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Online shopping startup MallForAfrica partners with e-commerce giant eBay

American eBay sellers will soon gain access to Africa’s biggest consumer markets.

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Mall For Africa: How a Nigerian built an African e-commerce empire from his bedroom

As an Africa business coach and consultant I have the pleasure of wandering through African business news and related success stories as part of my job.

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Rising e-commerce platform MallForAfrica could make billions for itself and global brands

A section of Africa’s population has been steadily climbing the affluence stakes, with numbers of multimillionaires predicted to rise by 59% in the next 10 years.

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With a billion Africans set to shop online, a new wave of start-ups is looking to cash in (Infographics)

Africa’s middle class is rising and they have money to spend. About a third of the continent spends between $4 to $20 a day—a group that is expected to grow to 42% by 2060, according to data from the Africa Development Bank. That’s more than a billion people.

Chris Folayan, Founder and CEO, MallForAfrica

The Next Africa: Technology and Business on an Emerging Continent (Video)

People around the world will interact with Africa very differently over the coming decades. They will be more likely to trade stocks in Ghana, work for companies doing business on the continent and learn the names of African tech moguls and billionaires.

Chris Folayan, a co-founder of MallforAfrica. Credit Thomas Patterson for The New York Times

Order from Amazon & Macy's in Nigeria: MallforAfrica now delivers over 120 global online retailers to Nigeria

Last year, when Tunde Adebayo needed three inflatable bouncy castles for KidzPlay, his event-planning business in Lagos, Nigeria, he turned to an online shopping service called MallforAfrica.