Konga revives reseller programme with Affiliate launch
E-commerce firm Konga has revived its reseller scheme YUBOSS with the launch of Konga Affiliate, targeted at Nigeria’s unemployed.
According to the company, Konga Affiliate involves affiliate partners linking up with the programme for an opportunity ‘to earn unrestricted income’ by way of commission via sales on the Konga platform.
The e-commerce firm also highlights the opportunity for partners to eventually own a Konga franchise store.
Other benefits listed include access to Konga’s global supply chain, massive warehousing facilities for bulk deals, swift delivery of orders through Kxpress, its in-house logistics company which boasts advanced delivery capabilities, digital payments through KongaPay, a Central Bank of Nigeria-licensed e-wallet as well as round-the-clock customer service support.
“Affiliates can also enjoy access to credit facilities and training resources, mentorship opportunities with renowned entrepreneurs and global business leaders as well as sponsorship of mega deals and contracts.In addition, the programme which has a structured progression path has been touted as a useful way out of the current harsh economic crunch and rising unemployment which has hindered the ambitions of millions of smart Nigerians in search of opportunities to make an honest living,” the company adds.
Konga says the current harsh economic crunch and rising unemployment “has hindered the ambitions of millions of smart Nigerians in search of opportunities to make an honest living.”
The dire situation is further compounded by the rampaging COVID-19 pandemic.
Prince Nnamdi Ekeh, Co-CEO, Konga Group, says the company is looking for hardworking, determined Nigerians it can empower and invest in to create wealth through the programme.
‘‘The Konga Affiliate programme which we have relaunched online at affiliate.konga.com is one of the strategies we are deploying in providing creative employment opportunities for millions of Nigerian youths. Our target remains the unemployed and under-employed. In fact, we are looking for partners that we can invest in through the programme.
‘‘As it stands, one of our ambitions at Konga is to ensure we reach more of the unreached and under-served Nigerians in majority of the 774 local governments across Nigeria.
‘‘There is no doubt that unemployment is on the rise. However, the efforts of government in creating jobs cannot cater to the army of unemployed and under-employed which is rising by the day. Through the Konga Affiliate programme, we are giving many Nigerians a way out of their current difficult circumstances into ultimate economic freedom.”