The importation of refurbished goods in Cameroon is a very lucrative business. An article on Cameroon’s 2019 budget presented by Dr. Hugue Nkoutchou of the Nkafu Policy institute (https://bit.ly/2EL0Yvt) states that import-related tax constitutes the third source of income to the Cameroon Government. A huge percentage of the total annual imports constitutes of refurbished goods. According to Cameroon concord (https://bit.ly/2yRu5Jx), 80% of Cameroonians rely on the refurbish sector for business. Due to the low-income rate of most Cameroonians which results in low purchasing power, most Cameroonians resort to or prefer to purchase imported refurbish goods which are inexpensive and to some, more durable than third-grade brand new goods flooding in most African markets. Businessmen have taken advantage of the situation and are leveraging on the sector by importing these goods into the Country. However, Refurbish markets are not well organized as Supermarkets and shopping malls. Our innovation targets on restructuring and organizing the refurbish markets to serve the many customers. Also, we manage non-biodegradable waste that results from huge importation of refurbished goods.
MC is a well-structured and organized online virtual representation of ALL refurbish markets in Cameroon. And lastly, through our environmental assessment department, we gather and sort Non-biodegradable waste for recycling companies: https://bit.ly/2J7yNcP