Jumia is a Nigerian online marketplace popularly known for electronics and fashion among others. It is targeting several African countries, Uganda inclusive. The company is also a logistics service, that is first; enabling the shipment of packages. Secondly; delivering of packages from sellers to consumers. And lastly, a payment service, that is facilitating transactions among participants active and Jumia’s platform in selected markets. A Jumia seller sells through the Jumia.
To become a Jumia Seller in Uganda, follow these steps below:
Step-by-Step: Becoming a Jumia seller in Uganda
- Firstly, open the Jumia website sellers portal here.
- Click on the “Start Selling” button.
- You will be redirected to a seller center with a few terms and policy guidelines and all helpful informaton before you sign-up
- Tap on the Sell on Jumia button
After doing that, you will be taken to another page. You will be asked for full details and shop requirements. Here are the list of requirements you might need before applying to become a seller on Jumia in Uganda.
- Shop name
- Account manager’s names
- Account manager’s phone number
- Email Address
- Business information
- Payment details
Jumia Commission Structure
A commission is mandatory for each order made on Jumia. It is being charged once each order is successfully delivered to the customer. Jumia deducts the commission only when the order is successfully delivered to your customer. It will be directly applied to the weekly account statement.
|Beauty and perfumes||15%|
|Computer Peripherals and Accessories||8%|
Scanners and Photocopiers
|TV, Audio & Video||8%|
|Audio and Video||10%|
|Blu Ray and DVD Players||10%|
|Home and Office||10%|
|Kitchen and Dining |
|Baby, kids, and toys||8%|
|Sports, Health and Fitness||10%|
|Games and Consoles|
|Food and Groceries||10%|
|Books and Stationery||10%|
|Wines, Spirits, and Cigars||10%|
|Decoders and Satelite Dishes||10%|