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Jumia Announces Tech Week, Launches Campaign to Distribute Hygiene Products

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Jumia Nigeria has announced a price slash offer for customers in its upcoming Tech Week campaign which is scheduled to run from March 23rd to the 29th.

The campaign will run in parallel with its Stay Safe campaign aimed at providing consumers access to hygiene products, groceries, utility bills, and all relevant fast-moving consumer goods during this critical time when most Nigerians might experience restrictions in movement as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Jumia Nigeria CEO, Massimiliano Spalazzi, there are over 6 million home essential products and groceries that Nigerians can choose from.

Similarly, Tech Week gives customers the opportunity to buy tech-related items at the most affordable prices irrespective of social status, earnings or budget by offering massive discount deals.

Speaking on the campaign themed “Upgrade Your Life”, Spalazzi said the Tech Week offer is an immense upgrade of the mobile week which offers customers discounts on mobile phones.

He explained that during Tech Week, customers can get deals on over 10,000 gadget products in partnership with global brands like Samsung, Intel, HP, Microsoft, Nexus and Scanfrost.

“The Tech Week offer is in response to our customers who yearn for such opportunities beyond just mobile phones. Tech Week is a seven days window for shoppers on Jumia platform to save money by getting value for less on global gadget brands of their choice.

“This campaign caters to everyone with gadget needs; gamers who need the latest video game, a student who needs a laptop, phone enthusiast, homemaker into appliances, or a sports lover who wants that large screen TV can get deals during the Tech Week,” he said.

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