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Why Jumia Emerged E-commerce Website Of The Year
Published Mar 23, 2023 IN Economy,
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LEADING e-commerce platform, Jumia, has been recognised for its innovation and service delivery.

It was at the prestigious GAGE Awards. The company was awarded the E-com­merce Website of the year, a category that reflects the best e-commerce brand in Nige­ria that provides an excellent platform for customers to perform seamless shopping.

With winners spanning 11 different categories, the GAGE is Africa’s leading digital award, an initiative of Gage Digital Company aimed at accelerating digitalisa­tion by setting standards for growth. Every year since 2019, the GAGE Awards have been held to recognise, promote, and re­ward digital personalities and brands that shape the country digitally as judged by an independent and highly eminent panel.

Commenting on this feat, Massimiliano Spalazzi, CEO Jumia Nigeria, said, “We would like to thank everyone who voted for us as the best e-commerce platform at a time we are most proud of as we celebrate a decade of e-commerce in Nigeria. It further reinforces our commitment and ambition to improve people’s lives through the internet whilst enabling our vendors and logistics partners to grow and reach more consumers across the country”.

“We are committed to continue to offer our consumers an unmatched user expe­rience on Jumia, while ensuring we adapt to market demands”, while he added that since its inception, the GAGE Awards has grown to become one of the most prestigious and coveted recognitions in the digital space across Africa, attract­ing thousands of entries from reputable organisations.

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