With plans to launch in Kenya, Gabon, Angola, Kenya and Ivory Coast, Cameroon’s Mboppi.net wants to be the Amazon of the Central and Sub-Saharan Africa giving customers access to products such as clothes, house furniture, online music, accessories and beauty .
Mboppi sells new and past season products such as clothing, technology, luxury brands, electric household appliances in Cameroon and is spreading to Central Africa and in the long term Sub-Saharan and the whole Africa.
Founded by Therese Ingwat, as a CEO and Co-Founder and Armand Thierry Moualeu – CTO and Cofounder, the online store aims to help other retailers with a their warehouse and supply chain to launch their online sales quickly.
The team says it allows users to rent store fronts to sell their products and introduce a new way to shop to African consumers. The team also promise customers to pay on delivery with cash or with their credit cards or pay at pick up points.
It’s competitors include Konga, Jumia, Kaymu and several others in Cameroon and across Africa.