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In an Attempt to Expand Beyond Classifieds Business, Jiji Nigeria Acquires Cars45 

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TechInAfrica – A famous classified marketplace operator based in Nigeria, Jiji, announced that it purchased one of the leading automotive trade platforms in Cars45.

To TechCrunch, the Co-founder of Jiji, Vladimir Mnogoletniy, explained that the purchasing process is a method for the organization to grow after its classifieds business.

After the real estate category, in Jiji’s marketplace, vehicle postings become the second most well-known category. The total posting of the platform is worth more than $10 billion, consisting of real estate($7 billion) and vehicles ($3 billion) making up its heft.

“In terms of classifieds, we’re taking a gander at promising circumstances,” Mnogoletniy says, further clarifying how Jiji tries to keep getting companies with “contiguous” business models, like Cars45.c

Mnogoletniy continues, “Jiji is effectively an innovator in Africa, so I believe there’s extremely restricted space for whom to get. Nonetheless, we’re principally keen on bargains like Cars45, where we bring our administrative roles from classifieds and get close business models that give us exposure to the transactional marketplace. So for us, significant interest will be to obtain adjoining business models.”

Cars45 Expands Jiji’s Marketplace Capabilities

According to TechCabal, Cars45 will be available in the vehicle category on Jiji because of the recent acquisition.

Based on the report, Cars45 is blending its activities in Nigeria, Ghana, and Kenya in new endeavors to build effectiveness. The procurement is another indent in Jiji’s mantle. It will permit them to additionally merge its situation as a classified leader in Africa.

Previously owned by OLX Group, Cars45, will likewise permit clients of Jiji to purchase and sell vehicles without depending on different clients. Jiji has been haunted by a progression of trust and security issues, and Cars45’s own attempted and believed commercial center experience can alleviate these worries.


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