Cobweb, one of the most recent startups in the Silicon Mountain has got great potentials of channelling new and fairly used gadgets to ready customers. This startup has got an interactive linking e-commerce app known as Cobweb App. It’s designed to link buyers to sellers. This upcoming App will enable parties to a transaction to acquire cheap and quality products from the right source to customers willing to purchase. It helps you sell your own stuff.

Cobweb is a Cameroonian Tech startup founded in the Silicon Mountain that creates software. It is founded by Ngashu Wilson Jr, Cynthia Ngue Adanze and Bate Williams.This startup also renders network marketing and referral marketing to answer to the needs of customers in the ecosystem. The aforementioned  App is envisaged to be the MOST reliable linking platform where buyers meet sellers at all levels. “I started linking buyers to sellers since 2015 under the acronym of Cobweb”, co-founder Ngashu Wilson jr affirmed.

Since the waves of entrepreneurship struck the shores of Cameroon, Buea (Silicon Mountain) has become the home of Tech Innovation in Cameroon.  Through this tech community, many young Cameroonians came to believe in creativity and entrepreneurship and this has been the springboard for their creating businesses and providing job opportunities to many youths. Cobweb is a baby company with a great potential to accelerate growth. The company provides a service culture that enables Cameroonians to grab the e-commerce culture.

According to this innovative team, the app is user-intuitive and friendly. This Cobweb App is designed to run the various operating systems in the likes of Android, Windows, Blackberry and iOS, respectively. Selling your own stuff online without the necessary assistance from an online savvy professional is a way forward for a layman to enjoy the benefits of e-commerce. Afrohustler shall inform you about the official release date of this interactive app.




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