Driving the E-commerce Agenda in Africa!

We help African businesses harness the power of the internet.

About


Amari Consulting is a leading e-commerce full service agency and consulting firm, based in Nairobi Kenya.

Our Mission is to help African businesses harness the power of the internet and scale.

We enable businesses lower costs, stay competitive and go global by guiding them to adopt winning e-commerce strategies.

Amari consulting also hosts the Epower Programme - a combination of events, masterclasses and mentorship - aimed at building e-commerce capacity on the African Continent

Services


SME AGENCY PACKAGES


Paid Quarterly

Startup

KSh15000/Month
  • Photography (1hr studio time/month)
  • Videography (1hr studio time/month)
  • Graphic Design
  • Content Editing
  • Dedicated Account Manager
  • (T&C's Apply)

Advanced

KSh25000/Month
  • Photography (1.5 hrs studio time/month)
  • Videography (1.5 hrs studio time/month)
  • Graphic Design
  • Content Writing & Editing
  • Social Media Management
  • Dedicated Account Manager
  • (T&C's Apply)

Events


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E-COMMERCE BOOSTER PROGRAM

The KEPSA E-COMMERCE BOOSTER PROGRAM aims to support Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) to get on board e-commerce platforms to increase and diversify revenue streams during and post the COVID-19 period.


  • Date: 04/30/2021 08:00 AM - 06/30/2021 12:00 PM
  • Location: Online Event

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Past Events

Title Date Location
DIGITAL SERVICE TAX WEBINAR 02 Dec 2020 Online Event
WEBINAR ON OPTIMIZING E-COMMERCE PLATFORMS FOR SMES 29 Oct 2020 Online Event
KENYA NATIONAL KEY ECOMMERCE STAKEHOLDERS FORUM 29 Jun 2020 Online Event
EPOWER FORUM 2 23 Jan 2020 Movenpick Hotel & Residences, Westlands Nairobi Kenya
EPOWER MASTERCLASS FOR WOMEN OWNED BUSINESSES 22 Jan 2020 Movenpick Hotel & Residences, Westlands Nairobi Kenya
EPOWER FORUM 1 06 Sep 2019 Radisson Blu, Upperhill Nairobi Kenya

Articles


Leveraging Technology and Innovation to thrive Beyond Covid-19

Leveraging Technology and Innovation to thrive Beyond Covid-19

This is a very anxious time for everyone. Some businesses are getting to use online channels for the very first time. The need for technical support and capacity building in skills and knowledge in this space cannot be over emphasized.

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COVID-19 Corona Virus: How businesses can try stay afloat!

COVID-19 Corona Virus: How businesses can try stay afloat!

One way that businesses can TRY and stay afloat in the midst of the impending crisis is to make use of their online channels.

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Resources


This section features various tools, publications and research papers that may be useful to SMEs and policy makers seeking more information on e-commerce in Africa. Amari Consulting lays no claim to these third party resources. Due diligence should be followed with the respective publishers before referencing, citation or reproduction.

10/19/2020

Building Bridges to New e-Commerce Markets: A blueprint for small and medium-sized enterprises.

Advanced economies have developed highly competitive and innovative e-commerce services, making it simple for small enterprises to set up online stores, transport their goods and receive payments. Although entrepreneurs in developing countries can sell online by accessing these services, most are blocked from doing so because of their origin. This paper shows these enterprises how to set up international business structures so they can use such services. Publication Date: 19 Oct. 2020 Publisher: International Trade Centre

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05/17/2019

A Single Digital Market for East Africa

This report outlines the impetus for creating a single digital market (SDM) in East Africa, which would drive deeper integration and spur increased dynamism of the digital economies of six East African countries: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, South Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. Publisher: World Bank

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03/12/2020

TRALAC Guide on Trade in the Digital Economy

This booklet provides a handy guide on e-commerce, the digital economy and trade. The digitalisation of the economy requires new ways of thinking about competition, intellectual property, taxation, industrial policy, privacy, cybersecurity, the labour market, immigration and skills and, of course trade. Published: March 2020. Author: Tralac.

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Testimonials


Contact


  • Nairobi, Nairobi Province, Kenya