Latest in Tag: e-commerce Highlight
Latest in Tag: e-commerce
Launched in late 2020 based in Egypt, el-dokan primarily targets large retailers and chain stores seeking to expand their e-commerce market share, increase sales and operation automation.
In cooperation between MSMEDA, Amazon Egypt, and Jumia
According to a press statement, MNT-Halan’s acquisition will disrupt the current multi-layered and fragmented FMCG supply chain model and empower small merchants.
The company aims to build a strong electronic payments community in the Middle East and Africa and creating new job opportunities by launching several e-commerce projects.
55% of e-consumers said they have stopped using website because log-in process was too complex
Egyptian tax laws does not distinguish between traditional, e-commerce: Abdel Kader
The fast-growing startup, backed by international and regional strategic investors, intends to participate in supporting the Egyptian economy related to digital commerce by providing solutions to about 3.5 million SMEs across the country.
With the tie-up, Contact will support Wasla’s product rollout and regional expansion with a series of investments totalling up to $9m, aiming to realise Wasla’s mission to enable e-commerce, payments, and credit for large audiences in emerging markets.
Global e-shopping platforms study investing in Egyptian food sector
The company provides technology-enabled solutions that help e-commerce merchants and retailers enjoy high value, end to end logistics services backed by AI. The remarkable growth of the e-commerce market and the company’s innovative business model were the main drivers for this success.
It came on the sidelines of the launching conference of JumiaPay application as a provider of e-payment services.
Abdel Qader said that the ETA allocated hotline 16395 to receive inquiries related to taxation of e-commerce and online content creation activities.
Makhlouf told Daily News Egypt that electronics top the revenues of e-commerce in Egypt with a percentage of 28%, followed by fashion (21%), food and personal care (19%), toys, hobby & DIY (19%), and furniture and appliances (12%).
Meeting aims to present recommendations for accelerating digital transformation process
Mohamed Maait, Minister of Finance, urged owners of small and micro enterprises who engage in e-commerce activity to take the initiative to register in the e-commerce unit at the Egyptian Tax Authority, in order to benefit from the new tax incentives stipulated in the Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprise Development Law. In a statement on …
Visa reports significant increase both in e-commerce, contact payments in Egypt
Capiter, the e-commerce platform specialising in the field of fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) and foodstuffs, has announced that it aims to achieve revenues of $1bn by 2023. The target comes as part of the company’s ambitious plan to multiply the volume of its business tenfold, after achieving fruitful results during 2020 despite the novel coronavirus …
Consumers prefer e-commerce because of its competitive prices, home delivery services
Businesses pay zero commissions on their sales, which is great competitive edge, says Hamad Al-Judai
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has confused the accounts and plans of many companies, due to the negative effects of the precautionary measures put in place to combat the pandemic, including social distancing.
Ibrahim Ashmawy, Head of the Internal Trade Development Authority, said that coronavirus contributed to the growth of e-commerce
Beauty e-commerce platform will use funds to support further growth in Egyptian market
The report draws insights from a regional survey, which polled more than 5,000 consumers in September 2020 in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, and Pakistan.
The payment facilities are being offered to customers in cooperation with some banks and consumer finance companies.
Discounted products include stationery and electronic devices
Fatura plans to gather 30,000 wholesalers from 15 governorates in its network within two years: Founder Hossam Ali
Kenya, Mauritius, Namibia and South Africa are only countries where share of internet shoppers tops 8%, the trend is below 5% in most other African countries
Study also calls for enactment of legal, customs, and tax legislation to regulate financial transactions in e-commerce systems
The minister said that throughout history, Egyptian women have played a key role in society.
PayFort’s seamless integration with merchant sites allows customers to checkout with just two clicks. To date, this simple process has helped merchants in the region