The partnership between the platforms is expected to push the local and international commerce of the African region to the forefront globally by addressing payment needs and enabling African consumers to shop directly from their favourite global stores using local payment options. Similarly, the deal will enable eCommerce platforms to leverage the partnership between Cellulant and Link Commerce to power trade and eCommerce activity to last mile-consumers.
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