Jumia is a Nigerian one-stop online shop for all fashion and high-tech needs. The Company offers a wide selection of products including but not limited to men & women's fashion, mobile phones, computers, electronics, home appliances and many more, bringing them right to customer's doorstep.
Type
Subsidiary
HQ
Ikeja, NG
Founded
2012
Website
jumia.com
Jumia was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in Ikeja, NG
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Key People/Management at Jumia

Sasha Poignonnec

Sasha Poignonnec

Co-CEO
Jérémy Doutté

Jérémy Doutté

Co-CEO
Laurent Frileux

Laurent Frileux

COO
Paul Midy

Paul Midy

CMO
Romain Christodoulou

Romain Christodoulou

CCO

Jumia Office Locations

Jumia has offices in Porto, Paris, Casablanca, Cape Town and in 1 other location
Ikeja, NG (HQ)
109 Adeniyi Jones Ave
Paris, FR
9 Rue de Milan
Casablanca, MA
Rue Imam Al Boukhari
Porto, PT
3 R. de Ricardo Severo
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Jumia Financials and Metrics

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In total, Jumia had raised $767.7 m
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Jumia Online and Social Media Presence

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Jumia News and Updates

Africa's E-Commerce Giant Jumia Sets Sights on Egypt

Jumia Egypt’s Chief Executive Officer Hesham Safwat says he’s urging the government to regulate informal retailers by offering them tax incentives and cheap loans that would allow them to market their goods online.

Smartphone prices have dropped by more than 50% in Nigeria and sales are up

Smartphones in Nigeria are now cheaper than ever before. Data from an annual mobile report by Jumia Nigeria, one of the biggest e-commerce sellers in…

Rocket Internet explores IPO of online shopping group Jumia: sources

FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German start-up investor Rocket Internet is exploring a stock market listing of loss-making African online shopping platform Jumia, people close to the matter said.

Online real estate startup ToLet acquires Jumia House Nigeria to create PropertyPro.Ng

 African tech can produce surprises. One this week is a $1.2 million Series A startup buying part of a $1 billion company. That’s what Lagos based property startup ToLet.com.ng has done, purchasing Jumia House Nigeria for an undisclosed amount. Jumia House is a subsidiary of the continent’s lone tec…

The 7 biggest unicorns you’ve likely never heard of

GUEST: When Aileen Lee first coined the term “unicorn” in 2013 to describe startups valued at over $1 billion, there were only 39 of them. There are currently about 215 of them, many of which hail from emerging markets. For instance, China is home to two of the highest valued unicorns: Didi Chuxing …
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