Mahambi allows you to sell clothing items fashion accessories and select home décor products

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What is Mahambi?

Mahambi is an online peer to peer thrift marketplace where Kenyans can open ‘digital shops’ in minutes and sell their clothing items from anywhere, anytime. Mahambi Market seeks to promote a waste-free, reuse, reduce and recycle culture in fashion by providing a platform for one to sell their least-worn clothing items.

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Why Mahambi?

Due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, there has been a surge of e-commerce users as the majority of Kenyans decided to buy most of their needs online. Mahambi Market also gives a platform for thrift sellers to move digital with a trusted website for both buyer and seller. The website focuses on clothing items for both men and women which includes fashion accessories and select home décor products.

Sanjeev Jandu, Mahambi Market CEO says, “There are so many individuals out there with more clothes than they wear and would love a space to creatively showcase this wardrobe and potentially sell these items, there is even a larger population eager to browse through and shop thrift items without the hassle of leaving their homes.”

How it works

All you have to do to get started is to sign up on the Mahambi Marketplace, take pictures of their merchandise and then post them for sale. 

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Mahambi Market is open to individuals, wherever they are in Kenya, who would like to sell their used fashion items online. To ensure security for both vendor and buyer, the products are vetted by the site and before being approved to the website. Once a sale has been done, the money remains in the Mahambi Market wallet, where the seller has been alerted a sale has been made, until the client confirms they are comfortable with the purchase then the money is given to the seller.

 

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