RAD5 Tech Hub one of the strongest forces behind the fast growth of technology education, adoption, and innovation in Southeast Nigeria, officially announced today that Chọọya Group an innovative e-commerce startup company from the hub with the mission “to facilitate speedily, secured, and open trade in Africa by organizing and centralizing all trade data and activities in one single place for all levels of users and stakeholders” will be launching her first product the “Chọọya Search Engine” on the 13th of December 2019 by 12 Noon at RAD5 Tech Hub Aba, Abia State.
Chọọya Search Engine is set to be Africa’s foremost search engine for trade and commerce.
According to Mr. John Nnanna Oji the Co-founder of RAD5 Tech Hub, Chọọya is one of the tech startup companies in Africa to watch out for.
A few days ago, Chọọya Group published across her social media handles about her next innovation which will be unveiled a few days after the launch of the Chọọya Search Engine.
The next innovation will be the very first search engine in the history of mankind to empower people across Africa to trade without an internet connection or smartphone. This announcement has caused a huge tension, attracting discussions with top influencers in the tech industry across the world.
We are proud to have such a tech startup come from Africa and Aba to be precise.
RAD5 Tech Hub is officially inviting everyone to the Chọọya Search Engine product launch on the 13th of December 2019 by 12 Noon at RAD5 Tech Hub (3rd/4th Floor, 7 Factory Road by Eziukwu Junction Aba, Abia State Nigeria) and most especially all the people who questioned the possibility of such great innovation to come from Africa or Aba .
Chọọya is about to change the way we buy and sell across Africa with an invention that leaves no one behind.
Traditional markets are all around us in Africa; we know they are not going to disappear anytime soon. We know they have been there from time immemorial.
So the question remains, what can be done to facilitate an inclusive and open trade across these traditional markets for people not living in those commercial cities/communities with or without internet connectivity or smartphones to trade anytime from anywhere without hiccups?
These are some of the problems that Chooya is preferring solutions to.
The Chọọya Search Engine would be accessible both online and offline, and this is mainly because there is a need to open the trade across nations in Africa so that even average and low-income earners can participate in trade and commerce activities happening in the continent.
Through technology and innovation, Chọọya is increasing competitiveness and the comparative advantages to communities traditionally left out of trade opportunities across Africa.
Chọọya is also facilitating the integration of rural markets with the global economy. This is aimed at simplifying the market places in Africa so buyers can communicate with sellers and vice versa.
“The biggest search engine for the African market is here, and it has all the perks and benefits. It’s very simple to use and it’s focused precisely for trade and commerce starting with traditional markets in Africa”, explains Trust Onyekwere, RAD5 Tech Hub’s general Program/Project Manager.
What we foresee is a search engine that not only focuses on facilitating trade and commerce in Africa but also solves the hiccups and hitches in buying and selling across Africa.
Chọọya is fully harnessing the potential of trade to advance the livelihoods of the more than 1 billion people who still live off of $1.25 per day.
These are the innovative solutions that Chooya is bringing to the world which are needed to address the constraints that limit rural communities and nations from achieving greater economic gains.
Join us on the 13th of December 2019 as Africa welcomes Chọọya to the world.