The growing e-commerce space in Nigeria now has an indigenous platform following the launching of YANDI; a brain-work of a set of young Nigerian entrepreneurs out to revolutionize the experience of consumers, according to the founders.
Yandi according to the initiators represents the phrase YOU AND I (Y-AND-I), with the theme “connecting U and I to everything”.
The platform, launched on last Friday, November 2016, is widely seen as the first everything for everyone online platform that opens a larger inventory option to both buyers and sellers.
Speaking on the mission of Yandi in the e-commerce space in Nigeria, Scott C. Eneje said customers are set to enjoy a whole new experience in shopping.
“We provide online store spaces for different stores, brands, companies and individuals, giving the buyers a large market to select from and opportunities to pick out the most favourable place of purchase for their desired goods or services.
“Yandi is the first everything for everyone online platform that opens a larger inventory option to both buyers and sellers. Our payment system assures you one of the safest online shopping payment methods which give you full control of how you pay for your goods or services from your comfort zone and with ease.
Eddy G. Udom, a co-founder, explained why Yandi should be the first point of call for customers going forward, saying: “Here at Yandi, the customers mean everything to us, and we make it our duty to truly connect everything to everyone.
“Thus, you are assured of an online shopping experience like no other. With an open market of unlimited services and products to choose from, Yandi offers a wide selection of items that spreads across every human needs and wants.”
He added that Yandi.com.ng is a suitable avenue to advertise and sell your products to prospective buyers, saying: “Sellers get an online store where buyers visit to view and purchase their products. With us, it’s a win – win for everyone.”
Justice I. Eneje, another co-founder, said the trio were happy to have launched on the Black Friday Deal, which he said will continue, along with the buy naija deal and the transformers deal, among others.