David MENDELSON, PDG of One all Sports: “There won’t be any shortage of jerseys in Cameroon”
- 10 novembre 2022
Hours to the 2022 FIFA world cup in Qatar, Cameroonians have been rushing to get their jerseys in support of their footballers. The new outfits presented in Yaounde on November 5 2022, though not appealing to all, has not left anyone indifferent as per the quality and prices. As the competition draws near, the PDG of One All Sports David MENDELSON assures, there won’t be any scarcity in the distribution chain.
“We have great distributors, they give us orders every week and we ship from our factory. We are confident there won’t be any shortage” Speaking during a press briefing in Douala on November 7 2022, the 42 year old manager equally called on Cameroonian business men and women to encourage this youth partnership for it to last.
The jerseys shall be distributed by a Cameroonian start-up Bee Group specialised in deliveries after a partnership signed with One All Sports on the 4th of September 2022. The CEO of Bee Group Patrick TIMANI assures, every part of Cameroon will be reached thanks to their distribution strategy put in place
“Today, bikes have access to almost all neighbourhoods and with over 400 bikes at our disposal, we know we will reach out to many. Plus, our relay partners that is local and international transport agencies will help us reach distant places and so we are confident everyone who needs a good jersey will get one”
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A win-win deal Fecafoot -One All Sports- Bee Group
After a decade spent on working on the supply chain, One All Sports decided to invest in the football industry a year ago and Fecafoot is its first client. A win-win deal, Fecafoot -One All Sports- Bee Group intend to keep within a lengthy period. “Our business is for the people. We are even looking at community sales where retailers could order online and sell just to make sure the original jerseys are at the reach of many… This is an opportunity to promote Cameroon expertise and we appreciate everyone who supports the idea” Patrick TIMANI CEO of Bee mobility.
Jerseys range between 16.400frs to 45.920frs and even more. Retailers must place an order of at least 50 jerseys before being attended to. Meanwhile sales points have been established in Douala, Bafoussam and Yaounde to begin and other towns will join the train.