Startup Profile: Nozish — access and sell local designs online

by | Nov 29, 2017

Nozish was launched on June 15, 2017, to serve a dual purpose; allow users to seamlessly purchase local designs and also, create an avenue for local designers to sell their works to potential clients.

Based in Onitsha, a city renowned itself in Nigeria as a trade centre, the startup deals on male and female fashion wears. The Founder, Egbara Nnaemeka Johnson says his decision to found Nozish is centred around a unique proposition — to allow people satisfy their cravings for local wears at very affordable prices. Prices that bigger brands supposedly deny them.

According to Johnson, Nozish has already achieved some tremendous results with little funding since inception. The most remarkable one is hitting orders worth ₦1million within just 2 months of kick-off.

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Although, the Nigerian eCommerce space is one with a high degree of entry, and a lot of players, Nozish’s primary base could prove advantageous in its quest to dominate the local design market.

You may visit the website to shop for some local wears.


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