HBR – OkHi’s buyer-locating service is one piece in a growing ecosystem. Jumia is an African e-commerce platform delivering to OkHi locations. It started in 2012 and grew quickly, taking advantage of Amazon’s spotty service, long shipping times, and poor user experience.
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