Traclist and partner with WeChat to help them grow customers

Traclist an online examination websites for the majority of the most important Nigerian admissions examinations such as JAMB CBT, MOCK, WAEC and many more. Its aim is to ensure it grants access to smart resources to its customers. is an online examination practising website.

WeChat being one of the leading social communication platform in the Word, it holds a great number ofbisers. WeChat  has made it clear that it has arrived at a partnership with two Nigerian startups (Traclist and to help them grow and gain access to its fast-growing audience.

Through the partnership, the startups – and Traclist, will offer various discounts to customers/users
who use its services on WeChat. This is seen as a basis of them (Traclist and to gain more access and also gain customers that will propel them higher.

Traclist, is an online fashion marketplace, that provides and sales fashion products online. This partnership will get Traclist to providing a more personalized and customized user experience and also give up to 10% discount to users that buy through its official account on WeChat on their first order. A fine deal maybe. This too will benefit WeChat in a way too., an examination practice platform, will offer one month free subscription for users that subscribe via its official account on WeChat during the period of this partnership. Imagine having a free month of examination practicing subscription for free?

At a press in Lagos, Regional Manager for West Africa, Mr Idemudia Dima-Okojie said, “With the launch of these services, WeChat is creating a vibrant ecosystem with different services that are of value for WeChat users,”

In the coming weeks, WeChat will be launching two exclusive offers which it claims will take the Nigerian startup story to the next level.

Traclist and were among the 10 startups that were chosen during the WeChat AfricaBeta Ideathon which
took place in October 2015 in partnership with TechCabal , a Nigerian technology blog.

I hope to see things like this in Kenya too.