Every start is a challenge.

You may be an experienced trader or you may be a new comer to importing – whatever your circumstance, you will be able to use mykibo.com to run your venture.We will be adding new African products of renowned and reliable African exporters on a very regular basis. So make sure you come back to check and compare quotes.

Experienced traders

As a member of mykibo.com – you will be able to request quotes from African suppliers, ask details about product and transport, and get insights into the various partnership opportunities.Feel free to reach out to our listed suppliers, by choosing the product of interest to you and contacting them via the contact form.

Welcome to a new world of trade and business with Africa!

What is a good way to build up a successful business from nothing and have fun doing it? The import/export business may be your answer. Not only does it require little financial investment to start, but it offers the prestige of working with clients from all over the world Building an import business has many benefits. Not only are you directly contributing to Africa’s economic development (African governments and companies are keen to increase their exports to earn foreign currency!), but you are also on the path of building a dynamic business and wealth for yourself.
You don’t need previous experience in the field, but you should have a good head for organizing and knowing your numbers. Fulfilling a successful import/export business requires constant attention to little details. As you progress in the business, many factors become obvious and easy to handle. For example, you’ll need to find a person to handle shipments, called a freight forwarder. And you’ll need to create solid contacts and strong relationships with reliable suppliers – this is exactly where we at mykibo.com come in! But after a short time, you can be well on your way to making a sizeable income – with a very low overhead.
And once clients like your products, they will continue to make orders without you needing to acquire or win them over again. So you can grow your money stream with finding new clients and enjoy the almost established deals almost as passive income (money that comes in without you doing much work for it).

Crucial however is:

  • Get to know the trade, so suppliers and buyers don’t think they are dealing with someone who has no clue
  • Deal with African suppliers with the upmost professionalism and respect. Demonstrate patience and respect cultural aspects – otherwise they may not want to do business with you again!
  • Know the market and your products. Understand the various levels of engaging in imports from Africa (broker / agent, distributor, branding your own products etc).To help you out, we have developed the first extensive online program on HOW TO IMPORT FROM AFRICA.