Deus Ghana Expands E-Commerce To Tamale

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Emmanuel Atigah
Emmanuel Atigah
Emmanuel Atigah, professionally known as ATIGATE is a Ghanaian tech blogger, SEO Expert, and a serial entrepreneur. Emmanuel Atigah is the founding editor of - a tech blog in Ghana. He is a Business Administrator by profession, and IT Expert by passion.

To help more people in Ghana use the internet for shopping and getting it delivered at their doorstep, Deus Ghana is one of the best online platforms in Ghana. The e-commerce company makes buying things on the internet faster and easier within some few clicks.

Deus Ghana has opened a new branch in Tamale, Northern Region of Ghana. As part of promoting e-commerce to your doorstep in Ghana, the company has made a better commitment in expanding to so many regions and Northern Region is now included.

Deus Ghana Expands To Tamale

To make buying things online easier in Tamale, Northern Region of Ghana, Deus Ghana has opened a new branch for faster online shopping. This initiative is to help everyone in Tamale who wants to shop online and get it delivered within some couple of minutes. Deus Ghana is working hard to make sure everyone in Ghana can use the internet to buy things without delay. They sell lots of different products like laptops, desktop computers, printers, tonners, and more.

They believe that technology can make life better for everyone in Ghana, so they’re doing their best to make it easier for people to get what they need online.

Reaching More Ghanaians In Every Corner

Deus Ghana has been reaching other parts of the country consistently, to become of the best e-commerce platforms in Ghana. The e-commerce market in Ghana is projected to grow by 10.10% from 2024 to 2028, resulting in a market volume of $3.13 billion in 2028.

Customer Convenience

The new branch in Tamale will make it easier for customers in the Northern part of Ghana to shop online, while handles the hassle of packing and delivery. This convenience is a significant advantage for customers who may not have easy access to physical stores or may prefer the convenience of online shopping.

Promoting E-Commerce in Ghana

The E-commerce market in Ghana has been growing rapidly, with the COVID-19 pandemic accelerating the adoption of e-commerce and delivery services. Ghana has approximately 15 million internet users who are buying online every day, and leading local e-commerce platforms include Jumia, Jiji, Tonaton, Hubtel etc.

Mobile Commerce and Payment Options

Mobile commerce is expected to grow significantly in Ghana, with more consumers opting to shop via their mobile devices. This trend will drive e-commerce platforms to enhance their mobile shopping experience by developing user-friendly and offering seamless navigation, secure transactions, and personalized recommendations based on user preferences.

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