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Dec. 14, 2021, 3:04 p.m.

Flutterwave launches the second edition of its trade fair happening this month

The pandemic altered customers attitudes towards buying and selling and accelerated the revolution of e-commerce. To that effect, Nigeria’s unicorn startup flutterwave joined the course and launched its online store— Flutterwave Store. The store is a simple e-commerce platform that enables small businesses to sell online seamlessly without building or designing a website. Owning a Flutterwave store makes running your business more convenient as it eliminates specific barriers such as security risks, secured payment methods, etc.

The African leading payment technology company has announced the second edition of its trade fair after recording a successful first edition in October 2021. The trade fair aims to support small businesses and help them increase sales by providing a free e-commerce store, point of sales (POS) capabilities and access to willing shoppers. The event will allow SMEs to display their products physically on booths provided by Flutterwave at the trade fair.

In October, the first edition of the Trade Fair saw over 400 shoppers buy from 40 Flutterwave Store businesses. The businesses sold goods in the fashion, skincare, accessories categories and more.

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“Small businesses are key to economic development as they contribute 48% of national GDP in Nigeria. We’re focused on supporting their growth with technology and material resources. We have provided the Flutterwave Store, which currently helps over 30,000 businesses across Africa sell online seamlessly. We provide a physical platform for businesses to meet and sell to their customers at the trade fair. I am specially inviting everyone to the Flutterwave trade fair on December 19th. Let’s show up and support small businesses in Nigeria,” CEO and Founder Flutterwave, Olugbenga GB Agboola, stated.

The second edition of the trade fair termed #FlutterwaveXPagesbyDammyTradeFair will be held on December 19th at the Landmark Event Centre (Hall 1), Lagos.

How to sign up your business on the Flutterwave Store

In minutes, you can set up your online store straight from your Flutterwave dashboard. Here is how:

  1. Create or Login to your Flutterwave account.

To get your online store up and running, you need to be logged in to your Flutterwave account. You can create an individual or business account here for free if you don’t have one.

  1. Go to (Store) on your dashboard and create a store.

Create your store, add products and specifications, including images and take your store online.

  1. You are all set up!

Now that your store is up and running share the news with everyone. Send to customers, add it to your social media channels, and start selling immediately.

Create a Flutterwave account here.

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