Rabawa has today launched the first social commerce platform in Africa to reduce the rate of unemployment on the continent.
Rabawa’s objective is to support African entrepreneurs to leverage social media for curating, promoting, and selling their products to end-users.
The social commerce platform will give entrepreneurs access to a virtual shop and thousands of products from trusted suppliers. This will enable them to resell their products through a manufacturer or wholesale supplier and share with interested customers after adding a margin.
With Rabawa, users can start earning online without any investment. Leveraging the platform, entrepreneurs do not need to own their own shop or inventory to become very successful in their ventures.
In a press statement by Olayinka Akinkunmi, COO, Rabawa,
“Rabawa aims to provide 21 Million Africans with their own businesses by 2023.”
According to Akinkunmi, the basic requirement for any aspiring Rabawa entrepreneur is to possess a smartphone or computer and a basic understanding of business.
“Rabawa is very confident that their business model will lead to accelerating the eCommerce sector and ensuring financial inclusion.”
If you have a basic understanding of business and aspire to have your own business, becoming a Rabawa entrepreneur can be a good starting point here.
Rabawa is a global distribution platform offering e-commerce supply chain solutions in Africa to entrepreneurs, committing to helping them quickly and easily launch their online businesses without any investment or inventory. The platform connects entrepreneurs to top manufacturers and wholesalers across Africa, Asia, the USA and the UK.
Rabawa is the best money earning platform trusted by hundreds of entrepreneurs across the continent. To start earning on Rabawa, all you have to do is Share and Sell on Social Media.Featured Image Source: Rabawa
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