Africa is one of the largest markets for used apparel. Retail traders barter for clothing bales at wholesale warehouses and sell products at local markets. The East African Community wants to ban second hand clothes by 2019 and expand the textile sector.
Ade Ayeyami wants to grow the bank's customer base by 70 million customers; the solution is in technology and a digital mindset. He discusses introducing digital platforms, reducing costs, and partnerships.
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The Ugandan government is proposing a ban on importing used clothes to promote local textile production; Ecobank's CEO plans to add 70 million customers to the bank by 2020.
Length: 12 minutes
Copyright date: ©2017
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