Business News of 2014-02-12

Daasebre.com launches Free Classifieds website in Ghana

Daasebre.com a free classified ads website where you can sell and buy everything in Ghana is set to start operations today, Wednesday February 12, 2014. The site aims to add to the rapidly advancing online classifieds industry in the country.
The classifieds website will be a convenient marketplace and a platform where sellers and buyers can meet and interact. It allows sellers to post their ads for free along with photos and a description to aid reach buyers easily.
All posts are reviewed by our team to ensure products being advertised are legitimate and conform strictly to the Terms and Conditions outlined. All one needs is to go through a simple one step registration process to own an account or Login directly with your facebook account.
Various categories such as Cars & Vehicles, Home Appliances, Electronics and even Jobs and services in Ghana and the various regions have been made available on the website.
Daasebre.com provides buyers the ability to edit their own accounts and the opportunity to contact sellers directly from the website through our messaging system. Sellers get to see their Active Listings and to edit them (both text and images).
Users can perform an advanced search through the site to find specific items and products if necessary. All these and many more comes at no cost. Additionally, we advice users to keep things local and meet ‘face-to-face’ with sellers to reduce incidents of fraud.
The website is managed by expert Ghanaians in the internet industry and online advertising hence provides an experience based on our own culture and values.
The site is easy to use, cost effective and is available nationwide. We invite sellers to post their ads for the very first time today and the days ahead for an opportunity to reach potential buyers anywhere in Ghana.
As internet usage and access increases in Ghana, coupled with Ghana’s economic progress and new identity, Daasebre.com hopes to grow and be part of this exciting future with all Ghanaians.
The website is owned by Daasebre Ventures, a company in Ghana led by a Ghanaian student and investor Emmanuel Maxwell Nti.
Visit our site www.daasebre.com