Nigerian electronics marketplace Eze secures $3.7m seed funding round

Eze co founders Josh Nzewi CEO and David Iya CTO

Nigeria’s Eze, a wholesale marketplace for used and new electronics, has secured US$3.7 million in seed funding to develop its technology infrastructure, broaden its product offering and expand into new markets in Africa, Europe and South America. 

Eze is a B2B wholesale marketplace for smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other electronics, which connects thousands of buyers from across the world to over 200,000 SKUs that have been vetted and tested, and can be purchased at the click of a button.

With Eze, buyers can access unbeatable wholesale prices, transparent product quality grading, payment in their local currency, extended warranty and other services designed to support effective and efficient trading. Sellers can also access an international network of qualified buyers and other services designed to drive sales.

The startup’s US$3.7 million seed funding round was led by Right Side Capital Management, with participation from C2 Ventures, Boro Capital, EVPI Investments and other angel investors, and will be used to develop Eze’s technology infrastructure, broaden its product offering and expand into new markets in Africa, Europe and South America.

“Our mission is to power unfettered access to consumer electronics across the world, enabling users to maximise their potential with the experiences provided by these devices. We are thrilled to have the support of our investors, and we look forward to using this funding to enhance our platform and provide even more value to our customers. Our goal remains to become the go-to destination for B2B buyers and sellers in the electronics industry, especially in emerging markets, and this investment will help us achieve that goal,” said Josh Nzewi, CEO and co-founder of Eze.

“We believe that Eze has the potential to revolutionise the wholesale electronics marketplace,” said Chris Cunningham of C2 Ventures. “Their platform is user-friendly, with integrations that enable an excellent buyer experience. We are excited to support them in their expansion journey.”

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