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Nikulipe’s Frank Breuss on CNBC Africa: Breaking barriers to cross-border e-commerce in Africa

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Nikulipe’s Frank Breuss on CNBC Africa: Breaking barriers to cross-border e-commerce in Africa

With global e-commerce sales predicted to reach $4.9 trillion by the end of this year, e-commerce has shaped new consumer habits when it comes to shopping preferences. Despite these predictions, e-commerce growth and accessibility in certain regions are still off-limits due to existing constraints that could be solved—with the right timing and approach.

Nikulipe’s CEO Frank Breuss was invited to speak on CNBC Africa to discuss the tremendous growth potential of the e-commerce industry and the challenges faced by Emerging markets like Africa. To overcome the challenges, it seems partnerships between expert Fintechs like Nikulipe and Africa’s leading Mobile Money Operators could unlock tremendous opportunities for the region.

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