Dubai Economy has announced that its Commercial Compliance and Consumer Protection (CCCP) division has resolved 1,201 e-commerce consumer complaints during the period between July to September of 2019.
Noon has announced it has partnered with Chinese technology company Neolix to trial driverless delivery vehicles.
The Commercial Compliance & Consumer Protection Sector in Dubai Economy is adopting a new AI-based technology to fight counterfeiting in Dubai.
UAE retailers have experienced an in increase in traffic in their store since they started accepting digital payments, according a recent study by Visa.
noon.com has recently hosted an event in Saudi Arabia, which was attended by Saudi businesses and entrepreneurs, and featured a keynote by founder Mohamed Alabbar.
Etisalat, in partnership with ADNOC Distribution, has launched a “first-of-its-kind” smartphone self-service vending machine in Abu Dhabi.
Landmark Group and HSBC have completed a first-of-its-kind transaction that connected two independently-built blockchain platforms.
Amazon’s premium membership programme, Amazon Prime, that is enjoyed by more than 100 million paid members in 17 countries is now available in the UAE.
Amazon and Souq has announced the launch of Amazon.ae, which replaces Souq.com nearly two years after the global e-commerce giant bought the Dubai-born site in a $580 million acquisition.
Emaar Group has announced that it plans to leverage the significant potential of blockchain technology with plans to offer the Emaar community token for customers and partners by the end of this year.
Mastercard has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with du, from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (EITC), to examine how the company’s pioneering NuDetect solution.
Emaar Malls, the retail business arm of Dubai’s Emaar Properties, has reportedly completed its acquisition of online fashion retailer Namshi.
noon, the Middle East’s homegrown digital marketplace created in the region and powered by the region’s leading retailers, has announced its imminent expansion into Egypt.
Dubai-based Majid Al Futtaim is spearheading the digital transformation of the region’s $313 billion retail market by digitally transforming its Carrefour brand with global technology company SAP.