BrandArena: Konga Excites Customers With Yakata Sales

Monday, 24 November 2014

Konga Excites Customers With Yakata Sales

Following the success of its special sales promo tagged Yakata, last year,, Nigeria’s largest online mall has announced that online retail shoppers across the country would enjoy greater savings on purchases as this year’s edition of the promo kicks off.

Yakata is Konga’s version of the global ‘Black Friday’ sales and it was introduced by the giant online company to excite its numerous customers in Nigeria as they would have the opportunity to make massive savings on the purchase of their favourite items on the platform.

Konga’s Yakata sales in 2013 was an exceptional success as several consumers made away with unbelievable deals on their purchases. The huge buzz generated through the special sales promo has since been referred to by many, as Nigeria’s biggest shopping event of the year and this year’s edition would even be better and bigger.

In the words of Konga’s Head of Marketing, Gabriel Gab-Umoden: “We know that our customers are looking to us to provide the lowest prices and greatest deals this shopping season. This year Konga is going even bigger with our Yakata sales. We would have discounts on almost all items on the site. Konga’s consumers will have the opportunity to purchase items at rates slashed by up to 90 percent in some cases”.

He continued:”We know that our customers’ expectations are not limited to discounts this Yakata period but also extends to the actual fulfillment of their delivery. This is a key reason we have been working hard all year and have invested millions in talent and infrastructure to ensure that all our operations are world class”.

Gab-Umoden assured that the’s team is fully ready to meet customers’ demands and satisfactions as evident in the capability and professionalism of a software engineering team that is unparalleled in Nigeria today in terms of number and expertise to a logistics and delivery system that has been fully upgraded to meet the highest forecasted order demands satisfactorily.

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