Rwanda’s e-commerce has grown at a high rate over the years enhancing job creation and addition of monetary value in the state, at least according to Rwanda Development Board.
Q-NET a new online market recently launched in Rwanda marked a milestone for the state. Eusebe Muhira speaking at the official opening said Rwandans needed to tap into the platform to embrace ease as well as value addition of products and services with a wide range of products.
The online store will play as catchment for all product deliveries to all representatives throughout East Africa since with the government’s support they have a great opportunity to do business and provide job opportunities for the citizens considering its 15 years work experience.
“We choose to establish our first African office in Rwanda because the country offers business- friendly environment, sound infrastructure, and reliable IT platform. We are very impressed with the entrepreneurial spirit of the people here, and we see a bright future for QNET in Rwanda and East Africa,” said Krishna Kumar, regional Director for QNET Africa.
The global direct selling company at Kigali will serve as the regional headquarters for sub-Saharan Africa as well as customer care service centre, an import and distribution hub. The platform will also offer professional training for independent representatives.