Jumia Uganda hosts a vendor conference to help sellers prepare for the biggest event of the year, Jumia Black Friday 2021.
KAMPALA | LIFESTYLE UGANDA (https://lifestyleuganda.com/) — Taking place ahead of the biggest event of the year, the Jumia Uganda vendor conference is a proactive way for merchants to prepare for Jumia Black Friday 2021.
- In preparation for Black Friday 2021, Jumia Uganda holds an annual vendor conference.
- Jumia Black Friday will run from the 5th of November 2021 to the 30th of November 2021.
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Due to the increasing use of the internet and smartphones in Uganda as well as the growing desire for convenience among consumers, many sellers have embraced e-commerce and are using online platforms to reach their customers.
Paul Tesar said, “Jumia Black Friday is a way to highlight the relevance of e-commerce. It will enable sellers to reach out to thousands of consumers across the country and sell their products. We want to support them with best practices and tips so they can achieve this.”
At the Jumia Uganda vendor conference held at Hotel Africana, there were hundreds of sellers who received training on how to use the e-commerce platform and tools to give their customers a better shopping experience and boost sales.
‘’This has been a very useful session and I have gained a lot of knowledge on how I can use an online business to improve on my sales which had dropped significantly since the covid pandemic and nationwide lockdown’’ said Abdul a shop owner.
In addition to reaching new consumers, the campaign will provide sellers with an opportunity to grow sales as consumer interest in Black Friday continues to grow.
They will see a boost in visibility, as well as an improvement in performance for categories such as daily essentials and consumer electronics, which have become popular with consumers.
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Jumia Black Friday will run from November 5th 2021 to November 30th 2021; the event occurs as the nation continues to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic and curfew.
Currently, most sellers in the country have been hindered by this context preventing them from following the government regulations to control the spread of Coronavirus.