Young Liberian entrepreneur Clarence Early launched the online platform Africans Supermarket for connecting African business owners to consumers across the globe.
The multi-vendor site, according to Clarence, is about creating a network of buyers and sellers from different parts of the world.
Talking about his recent initiative, Clarence said,“Africans Supermarket is all about revolutionizing the entire African market. We want to empower black businesses to make a mark in the international market”.
Designed by Clarence and his team of African business community supporters, the global online platform enables an exchange of shared values and ethos. Clarence is a firm believer in business equality and believes “the Africans Supermarket can support African business owners by offering them a global platform with limitless potential.”
The Africans Supermarket helps business owners open their online shops for free! The online store features a plethora of products ranging from essentials to books. The ‘Africans Supermarket’ section on the site also features African favourites like FuFu flour, Ugba, and African nuts.
The purpose-driven online platform helps support the African community by giving them access to a team of experts offering exclusive seller workshops, training, and seller support.
By creating a cost-free online shop, users can connect with interested buyers and receive direct online payments. The user-friendly site with a dedicated search bar makes it easier for customers to connect to the vendors.
“The Africans Supermarket team strives to liberate the African community suffering from a lack of business exposure, logistics and technology,” said Clarence. Once a business registers itself, the Africans Supermarket takes care of logistics, cataloguing, packaging, and product photoshoots. It hires third-party e-commerce service providers for guiding small businesses with the setup. Not just that, Africans Supermarket ensures product packaging and product quality checks by the experts.
“With the appropriate information, platform and community, African business owners can become impactful entrepreneurs. My team and I are dedicated to the cause and want to do more for the community by guiding them towards their financial freedom,” said Clarence.