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CEO Weekends: Nigeria’s Fashpa Wants To Be The Biggest Online Fashion Retailer From Africa

by Sam Wakoba
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1237140_642424745797880_680798070_nFounded early this year by Oyindamola Honey Ogundeyi, Nigeria’s online fashion store Fashpa.com retailing trendy clothes, footwear, and accessories aims to be Africa’s go-to place for the latest trends, clothing items, shoes,  accessories or beauty products and everything fashion.

Ogundeyi started Fashpa.com after she couldn’t  find any great fashion in the country and decided to leverage build a site to serve others frustrated like her. She has never looked back. Fashpa.com now owns a its label and have even clothed US Singer Kelly Rowland.  

Delivering to all states in Nigeria and even abroad to serve Africans in the diaspora and the larger international community, Fashpa.com stocks ladies heels, flats, sandals for women, wedges, down to clothes, like, swimwear, shorts, underwear or lingerie, and fashion jewelry the store has brands like Topshop, New look, Asos and Zara, Fashpa stands on its promise latest trends, hottest brands and best prices.

Source:Plus.Google.com/HoneyOgundeyi

Source:Plus.Google.com/HoneyOgundeyi

With multiple payment options such as Pay Online, Bank Deposit  and COD, Fashpa delivers freely countrywide in 1-3 working days. Enjoy free delivery in Lagos or a low shipping rate outside lagos.

“We love fashion. It’s the “why” behind everything we do. And we want to make style decisions easier for you by keeping you up to date with the hottest trends and the latest in new brands and designers. From the hottest runway trends, celebrity style, fashion features and top products, our style team will point you in the right direction, not only for yourself,” the firm says.

“And I think what is interesting about developing online platform is that you can’t just apply what happens in Europe and America to this market. So, you have to adapt it and make it relevant to our Nigerian and African customer,” she added.

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