Business News 20.10.2017 06:33 pm

Selpal campaign set to demystify SA’s booming township retail sector

The campaign is building a dynamic database that profiles shoppers who live in the townships and informal settlements.

Credible data on trends within South Africa’s booming township retail sector remains scant, prompting virtual distribution platform Selpal to undertake an ongoing extensive campaign to collate the information and provide a window into the township and peri-urban economies which sustains millions of people.

Selpal campaign set to demystify SA’s booming township retail sector
Selpal campaign set to demystify SA’s booming township retail sector

Selpal campaign set to demystify SA’s booming township retail sector

The campaign is building a dynamic database that profiles shoppers who live in the townships and informal settlements.

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