Kiwi Pay Group launches the largest online marketplace in Sub Saharan Africa

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Kiwi Pay Group launches the largest online marketplace in
Sub Saharan Africa
Douala, Cameroon, Friday 5 November 2021 – With millions of product SKUs from
various categories and a strategic partnership with Bolloré Logistics, one of the
biggest transport and logistics business in Africa, with more than 5,000 employees on
the continent, Kiwi Pay Group is ready to launch the biggest online marketplace in
Sub Saharan Africa.
Now Singapore-based fintech firm Kiwi Pay Group has been building its newest mobile
application in stealth mode for the last few months, and is about to launch it in Cameroon
first with a strategic partnership with the french group Bolloré Logistics, allowing them to
offer millions of products from European retailers to the African market, with affordable price,
local payment methods including credit cards and mobile money, and 4 to 5 days shipping
by air to various delivery collection points in the country.
Customers in Cameroon will be allowed to purchase products like books, DVDs, computers,
cosmetics, games, appliances and millions of other SKUs through this strategic partnership
and thanks to their mobile application in the weeks to come.
Kiwi Pay Group, Bolloré Logistics and the Customs Bureau of Cameroon signed a strategic
agreement on Wednesday 4th November 2021 in Douala to officialise their agreement.
Before then, Kiwi Pay Group has been signing strategic agreements with different economic
zones on the African continent like CEMAC, GIM-UEMOA and others, allowing them to offer
transactions in the local currency, FCFA.
“This strategic partnership with Bolloré Logistics and the Customs in Cameroon is allowing
us to benefit from the strong growth of the ecommerce in the country, while leveraging from
decades of experience from our partners to ensure a trustworthy experience for the
customers and compliance with the local tax system” declares FONGOD NUVAGA Edwin,
Director General of Customs in Cameroon.
Serge AGNERO, regional manager for Bolloré Transport & Logistics states “We are thrilled
to initiate this strategic partnership in Cameroon and the region with an experienced player
such as Kiwi Pay Group, to allow millions of local customers to benefit from attractive prices
from retailers in Europe, and be able to order quickly and securely the products they are
looking for, delivered at their place within a few days with our smooth service.”
Earlier this year, Kiwi Pay Group also launched its token KGO, that will be used as a way to
reward users of the app, on all sides, vendors, drivers and customers, to allow them to hold
it and use it later on for benefits on their ecommerce platform. The company plans to push
the token rewarding process as soon as they launch their ecommerce platform in Cameroon
and other markets in the upcoming few months.
About KiwiGO –
KiwiGO is the new super app created after the merger with Meal Temple Group. Created on the principle of solving everyday challenges
with technology, the KiwiGo app has been created from just a food delivery service (formerly Meal Temple) to a suite of more than 10
services today. As we continue to grow as a leading tech company serving everyday solutions for millions of users across Southeast Asia,
our passion for problem-solving grows.
bout KiwiGO –
Bolloré Transport & Logistics Cameroon was established in 1947. Our national headquarters is located in Douala. In addition to the port
of Kribi, Bolloré Transport & Logistics operates the Douala–Ngaoundéré railway. This strategic artery connects Cameroon’s economic
capital to major cities like Yaoundé in the country’s hinterland. Our organization offers complete end-to-end supply chain solutions to our
clients; including airfreight, ocean freight—both FCL and LCL, ground transportation, customs brokerage, warehousing & distribution and
many other value-added services. The company has a broad range of capabilities and experienced staff to handle both general cargo and
project cargo with specific expertise in a number of vertical sectors such as mining, humanitarian aid, oil & gas, food & beverages, industrial
projects, power technologies, and soft commodities.Kiwi Pay Group launches the largest online marketplace in Sub Saharan Africa

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