Lagos, Nigeria, December 17, 2012- In keeping with its commitment to being the one stop shop for retail in Nigeria, Jumia has clinched exclusive partnership deals with notable international and local fashion brands, with many more coming in the New Year. The latest additions to the fashion store will see designs from Guide London, MAX, Sleeves, country representative for the brand Hauwes and Curtis, Fever London, and local designers par excellence David Wej and Okunoren Twins(worn by D’banj).

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 “Nigerians are very fashionable people with a taste for good things. We have seen this through our sales, and what we at Jumia have tried to do continuously is to bring our customers the best brands and quality at the best possible prices. One chief reason we have achieved this is our highly competent team of buyers who would stop at nothing in getting these products to the customers at the very best deals anywhere in the market. I mean why wait to have the finer things only when you travel, when we at Jumia can bring it to your doorstep at same price, this has and continues to be our target”, explained co-founders Raphael Afaedor and Tunde Kehinde.

“These partnerships and deals will keep us well positioned in delivering top quality at the most competitive prices within the fashion market, and also will enable us to satisfy the need of the Nigerian fashion customer through many more options to choose from. And with many more such partnerships and deals in the pipeline, 2013 promises to be yet another year of great shopping experiences with Jumia”, according to head fashion buyer, Ibikari AllWell-Brown.

Jumia’s fashion store currently boasts an array of 100 fashion brands and styles. The idea is to have something in online for every occasion and seasons.


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