ShopZetu reports its commitment to accelerate its start-up commitment to broaden the cohort of e-commerce solutions and expand its operational services to attain growth past an early-stage start-up company. The e-commerce portfolio on ShopZetu consent to bid for gender equality by connecting to the population of women within its operating market by additional category interest in beauty and home decor that leverages the needs of the Gen-Z styled enthusiast.
The e-commerce start-up is currently networking its brand to be inclined with the latest trends in partnership with other brands and their availability for in-app shoppers’ direct connection/contact. While branded products are being fixated on ShopZetu, the e-commerce solutions CEO, Marvin Kiragu, intends to be compatible in all aspects in terms of increasing the number of vendors the start-up is projected to be more than a thousand and more vendors on the platform.
”We also offer vendors a variety of services such as content, digital marketing, warehousing, last-mile delivery, and returns management. These services are offered at a cost but are largely subsidized to ensure vendor success online.”
This innovation agenda by the Kenyan e-commerce start-up schemes to accelerate its growth which needs adequate business capital or source for equity capital to accomplish its mission to expand its wits. However, this report covers the ShopZetu pre-Seed funding round that closed at one million dollars led by Chui Ventures, which impacted the likes of Launch Africa, Roselake Ventures, Logos Ventures, RT Knits, Nadine West, Estee Lauder Inc; WPP Scangroup, and Twiga Foods.
“ShopZetu seeks to solve this problem by aggregating the available supply of fashion and lifestyle products under one roof. The goal is for ShopZetu to become the leading lifestyle platform. We are looking to expand our beauty, skincare, hair, and home décor offerings, which are all expressions of one’s identity. We want to become a one-stop shop,” the start-up CEO said.
Kiragu reported ShopZetu’s agenda “to lower the barrier for anyone to start and scale a fashion brand leveraging ShopZetu’s reach and resources. We have good case studies of brands incubated and launched on ShopZetu and then go on to scale online and establish physical stores.”
This denotes that the e-commerce start-up has a fixated portfolio to dominate the regional ecosystem with innovative e-commerce solutions whereby its host country will not be the only market to access the ShopZetu e-commerce marketplace. Significant markets in the Eastern region of Africa such as Uganda, Rwanda, and Tanzania will experience the ShopZetu e-commerce marketplace as the $1 million pre-Seed equity will make this happen.