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Locally owned Shopbeta Online Mall has entered the Ghana online shopping space, which has recently attracted increased activity.
The e-commerce platform, which was launched today, is expected to facilitate the purchase and sale of goods online including electronics and groceries.
“We want to offer a platform where you can order goods and services online,” said Rodger Adjadi , Co-founder of Shopbeta Online Mall.
The e-commerce sector in Africa has been on the rise and is projected to reach $28,942 million by 2022, according to a 2017 report on the digital market outlook by Statista.
he www.shopbeta.com.gh platform will initially trade from its own stock as it incorporates retailers onto the website for a commission on sales.
“We will also use site traffic for advertisement revenue from corporates and advertisers,” he said.
Globally, the retail e-commerce market accounted for one-tenth of the total retail sales worldwide at $2.290 trillion as of 2017, according to eMarketer. Ghana’s e-commerce sector is dominated by brands such as Jumia, Tonaton, zooba among others.
Shopbeta is leveraging on an all-inclusive service provision which includes a service center and faster delivery through its own in house delivery service (Beta delivery)