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WeShopUp Wants to be the Online Shop for Africa

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mainbanner2-770x314WeShopUp is a new online shop with plans to launch operations in Kenya, USA, France and Morroco in a move to help everyone enjoy online shopping irrespective of where they are.

The store currently has an Appstore, a beauty and health products section, a Grocery, books & Audiobooks, clothing & Shoes, books, Computers, home, Garden & Tools,Music, DVD & Blu-ray, Services, Sports & Outdoors, Toys, Kids & Baby and Video games & Consoles sold online with same day shipping in some areas of its operation.

WeShopUp is a project of Infinity Space a tech startup founded in 2011 in Cameroon by a group of Engineering Students from the Industrial Engineering Facult of the University of Douala. Led by Cedric Atangana the team has grown and expanded to Kenya and France, and it’s now composed by people with different background from IT, Maketing, law, Administration and Finance.

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The team says it aims to work together to fix problems facing populations in Africa using technology.

Infinity Space‘s ambition is for the world of innovation to contribute to the cause of renewable energies and worldwide communication means as a human primary need and primary right, to demonstrate the importance of clean technologies to the service of sustainable and accelerated development, and to combine various dreams, emotions and a will to contribute to make the world a better place,” the firm says. “By going beyond the question of energy and communication means, Infinity Space would like to encourage each and every one of us to join this global initiative of getting the world greener and fully meshed in our daily life by leading by the example.”

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canvasSimilar to Savana Kenya, WeShopUp faces tough challenges to take off. Due to poor infrastructure in many parts of Africa, logistics is a menace. Online payments have not matured so well in most markets and people still want to buy from people they know and trust. Nevertheless, firms such as Jumia and Konga are operating and have found a way of addressing this challenges.

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Sam Wakoba
Sam Wakobahttp://techmoran.com
Taking you on tour through Africa's tech and business ecosystem, one story at a time since 2010! Based out of Nairobi, Kenya, Sam is the founder and managing director of Moran Media, which runs  TechMoran.com, various other digital platforms and a startup incubation hub for Kenya's youthful entrepreneurs. Drop me a mail at [email protected]

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