Jumia consumers will enjoy free pickup tomorrow from 9AM across all Jumia pick-up stations countrywide as the company celebrates its 9th anniversary under the theme ‘ kila kitu kila siku ’.
“The Jumia Anniversary Sale is on! We want to offer our customers amazing value 24/7 all year around.”
said Jumia CEO Sam Chappatte.
“As an extra sweetener, Friday 18th June we will offer our consumers free pickup countrywide. This is a great chance to send food packages or gifts to friends & family upcountry”.
The deal will be valid for all pre-paid orders above Ksh 500.
“We are rapidly expanding our pick-up station network across the country. Pick up stations are convenient, lower cost & allow customers to engage one-on-one with our agents – to ask questions & for help placing orders. We believe this will be a key lever to growing the penetration of e-commerce countrywide”
added Sam Chappate.
Over the last 12 months, Jumia has doubled its pick-up station network to over 800 across the country in Central, Western, Nyanza, Coast, Eastern, North Eastern regions.
The offer is valid on Friday 18th June from 9AM where consumers will select their preferred pickup station countrywide where they wish to collect their orders for free.
Kenya’s leading e-Commerce platform Jumia will mark its 9th Anniversary by supporting sellers and celebrating partners. The company’s anniversary themed ‘Kila Kitu – Kila Siku’ is one of its biggest annual commercial events and it is slated to hold from 14th – 27th June promising value for money for its customers featuring top brands L’Oreal, PRK, Samsung, Reckitt Benckiser, Xiaomi, Unilever, Hotpoint and P&G
For 9 years, the company continues to provide convenience to consumers and with the COVID-19 pandemic, it has provided consumers access to basic and essential products and services to allow them to stay safe. The constraint enforced on the global economy by COVID-19 has made e-Commerce an essential service to consumers in urban, remote, and rural areas. Companies across the country are also turning to ecommerce as a channel to improve their sales and compensate for disruption to traditional offline channels.