Jiji Nigeria emerges “Online Marketplace of the Year” at the prestigious NiTA Awards
Jiji Nigeria has been honoured with the prestigious title of “Online Marketplace of the Year” by the Nigeria Technology Awards. This esteemed recognition is an attestation to Jiji’s dedication to shaping digital and e-commerce in Nigeria. This follows the organisation’s recognition as the “Most Innovative E-commerce platform” by the distinguished BrandCom awards in 2022.
The Nigeria Technology Awards, a leading authority in recognizing and celebrating outstanding achievements in the technology sector, has acknowledged Jiji for its outstanding contributions to the online marketplace ecosystem. The award highlights the organisation’s exemplary performance, cutting-edge technologies, and impact on the Nigerian e-commerce landscape.
Yuliy Shenfeld, Director of Operations at Jiji, expressed gratitude for the award, saying:
"We’re truly honoured to receive the “Online Marketplace of the Year 2023” award from the Nigeria Technology Awards. This recognition is proof of the hard work, dedication, and innovation of the entire Jiji Nigeria team. We strive to provide a seamless and secure online marketplace for our 12m+ users, and this award motivates us to continue pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the e-commerce space."
Jiji Nigeria has consistently set itself apart by fostering a user-friendly platform, implementing robust security measures, and continuously innovating to meet the evolving needs of its diverse user base. The platform's success is attributed to its focus on customer satisfaction, a huge product range with over 4 million active ads, and a commitment to fostering trust within the online marketplace community.
The “Online Marketplace of the Year 2023” award recognizes Jiji Nigeria's impact on the economy, job creation, and the overall digital transformation of Nigeria.
As Jiji celebrates this remarkable achievement, the platform remains committed to its mission of empowering businesses, connecting buyers and sellers, and contributing to the growth of the Nigerian economy.