Wagonshopping.com wants to be Kenya’s first full-scale online supermaket retailing everything from groceries to electronics and fashion and beauty items.
Founded by United States International University-Africa alumni Edgar Ochieng, and current student Musa Mutetwi, the site wants to be the go to platform for supermarket shopping in Nairobi, Kenya with a less than two-hour delivery policy on foods & cooking, drinks & beverages, household & toiletries and beauty & body care.
Ochiend told TechMoran that with Mpesa & Pay-pal (for credit cards) as their two payment options, Wagon customers can pay a fee of flat delivery fee of Ksh 200 regardless of location or Pay on Delivery, for those who would prefer confirming there purchase before paying for it.
Wagon handles deliveries by itself through the Wagon Driver program were people with motor bikes or cars can sign up and deliver for the firm. It’s Retail Platform aims to stock practically anything for users to find any supermarket product.
Starting off in Nairobi, Kenya, Wagon plans to roll out its platform to all major Cities in Africa in the next 5 years.