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Things might not seem all cool for Jumia, as few weeks ago they closed their eCommerce businesses in Tanzania and Cameroon, and laying off staff in Kenya, now Jumia might be selling one of its subsidiaries, Jumia Travel.
Currently it remains unclear if this is a merger or acquisition, by the close of work on Monday, Jumia Travel’s website will redirect to Travelstart’s.
Jumia Travel which was Ffounded in 2013 as Jovago, which later rebranded to Jumia Travel in 2016. Its operations will now be handled by Travelstart, the online flight-booking platform with presence in Nigeria and South Africa.
According to reports, business operations of the 6-year-old company like revenue management, customer service, and corporate sales will now be carried out by Travelstart.