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Back yet again to give a platform to local entrepreneurs a window to market their goods, The Local Marchant volume 3 promises to be bigger and better.
According to the organizers, this is going to be a very reformed way of putting local goods on the shelves or in the hands of the consumer’s or customer’s that they desire.
“During Namibia’s COVID-19 State of Emergency lockdown we could not have a Market day because of the pros and cons of the pandemic. We want to accommodate anyone who wants to be promoted or exposed in the Marketplace to give them the chance to showcase their products on that particular day and with the government’s regulations we will make sure we adhere to the rules at hand, said Rousa Shikoha who part owns Kafundi with Ndeshimana Nghimwena and founders of the Local Merchant.
The local Merchant aims to provide a retail platform that showcases the Namibian products from all different consumers from different parts of Namibia.
“Our main aim is to provide a Marketplace for local manufactures that do or do not have any retaining to provide them with an opportunity to Market and sell their products to a wider range of groups. All in all, we want to invite every local business and every individual to come and be with us on this particular day to be educated and well informed about the different kinds of products out there and how, she concluded.