3.31.2016

Digital Economy:Campost Poised To Promote E-Commerce

By Victorine BIY, Cameroon Tribune
Résultat de recherche d'images pour "Digital Economy:Campost"Online Shoppers for some platforms can choose, buy and have their items transported and delivered by the company.
Cameroon has within few years become a major playground for e-commerce actors across the continent and globe. The evolution of internet with the operationalisation of the 3G technology as well as the affordability and availability of smart phones has scaled up business turnover
to such promoters of online shooping platforms. It has become trendy, with everyone seizing the least opportunity to make gains. At the time government is banking on digital economy as a means of leapfrogging growth, online shopping entities and the country’s postal service company are exploring cooperation avenues as a means of contributing to the drive.
By so doing, Cameroonians wishing to purchase fashion items (clothing, shoes, accessories), electronics, house and kitchen equipment, multimedia, books, cosmetics, groceries etc through online platforms  can now hook with the over 250 sales points of the Cameroon Postal Services, Campost, where its agents are ready to offer services on how to buy them online. The postal service is offering logistical support to promoters of such businesses wishing to have a better penetration of the country’s large market especially those far off big cities like Yaounde and Douala. Just like eBay and Taobao, it is possible for internet users to sell all kinds of products to each other.
The General Manager of Campost, Frédéric Fenni told journalists at a press conference in Yaounde on March 18, 2016, that his institution has been working with e-commerce platforms like Jumia, providing facilities to customers in some 24 localities that are far off big cities. He said partnership with such platforms entails collecting, transporting and delivering goods to customers with the aim of facilitating e-commerce. The company says its aim is also to improve digital literacy among locals, and to have one of the broadest offers of products in Camerooian e-commerce market. Frédéric Fenni, in the company of the Country Manager of Jumia, Antoine De Taisine stated that in a country that is enthasiatic about e-commerce, it was but normal to ease procedures for online shoppers.
Digital Economy
Campost Poised To Promote E-Commerce
Online Shoppers for some platforms can choose, buy and have their items transported and delivered by the company.

Cameroon has within few years become a major playground for e-commerce actors across the continent and globe. The evolution of internet with the operationalisation of the 3G technology as well as the affordability and availability of smart phones has scaled up business turnover to such promoters of online shooping platforms. It has become trendy, with everyone seizing the least opportunity to make gains. At the time government is banking on digital economy as a means of leapfrogging growth, online shopping entities and the country’s postal service company are exploring cooperation avenues as a means of contributing to the drive.
By so doing, Cameroonians wishing to purchase fashion items (clothing, shoes, accessories), electronics, house and kitchen equipment, multimedia, books, cosmetics, groceries etc through online platforms  can now hook with the over 250 sales points of the Cameroon Postal Services, Campost, where its agents are ready to offer services on how to buy them online. The postal service is offering logistical support to promoters of such businesses wishing to have a better penetration of the country’s large market especially those far off big cities like Yaounde and Douala. Just like eBay and Taobao, it is possible for internet users to sell all kinds of products to each other.
The General Manager of Campost, Frédéric Fenni told journalists at a press conference in Yaounde on March 18, 2016, that his institution has been working with e-commerce platforms like Jumia, providing facilities to customers in some 24 localities that are far off big cities. He said partnership with such platforms entails collecting, transporting and delivering goods to customers with the aim of facilitating e-commerce. The company says its aim is also to improve digital literacy among locals, and to have one of the broadest offers of products in Camerooian e-commerce market. Frédéric Fenni, in the company of the Country Manager of Jumia, Antoine De Taisine stated that in a country that is enthasiatic about e-commerce, it was but normal to ease procedures for online shoppers.

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