Sunday, March 9, 2014

Online shopping in Abidjan

I am starting to adjust to life in Attiekeland, but the thing I really miss is shopping.  No kind of shopping is immune.  I miss farmer's markets, Craigslist, and online shopping.  I know I am being shallow, but I refuse to apologize for my lack of depth!
Facebook has realized that I both miss shopping and now live in Attiekeland and decided to come to the rescue with an ad for Jumia!  
I was skeptical at first but after doing a bit of research, it looks like is legit.  The platform exists in a number of African countries and is owned by Rocket Internet, a German e-commerce giant that owns Zalando.  The Ivorian office is even hiring (
I haven't ordered anything yet, but I saw decent prices for refrigerators, and other appliances.  I am not 100% sure how it works yet, but I'll let you guys know as soon as I find out...


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