UAE’s Mall of the Emirates has reportedly announced that its retailers are now accepting purchases via WeChat Pay, making it easy and convenient for Chinese visitors to make cashless transactions at the mall.
E-commerce giant Amazon.com is reportedly planning on further expanding in the Middle East and is preparing to launch a new website for the region.
noon, the region’s homegrown digital marketplace, is growing its product portfolio by launching its own private label, east, in a bid to offer customers more choice.
Retail giant Carrefour has chosen SAS Viya to optimise its supply chain as part of the company’s global transformation plan to better meet customer expectations through advanced technologies.
Dubai retail giant Majid Al Futtaim has partnered Los Angeles-based technology company, I.AM+, founded by innovator and global music artist, will.i.am.
The region’s homegrown digital marketplace noon has announced that customers looking for a bargain on the latest tech gadgets can …
HP has announced innovative new solutions designed to meet the unique needs of small and medium-sized retailers and hospitality operators.
As the shopping season begins, cyber savvy retailers in the Gulf stand to reap the benefits of substantial growth in the e-commerce sector.
UAE consumers are increasingly relying on technology and have a growing desire to be connected, with 67 percent stating that they see value in harnessing the power of technology.
Online shoppers can now shop for a specially curated, private label selection of products with great value and quality on noon, the region’s homegrown digital marketplace.
Huawei Tech Investment Saudi Arabia announced the inauguration of its first ever store in the Kingdom which opened at Riyadh Park Mall in the capital city Riyadh.
E-commerce firms such as Amazon.com and Walmart-owned Flipkart Group can no longer sell products from companies in which they have …
As wearable payment solutions gain popularity in the UAE, Emirates NBD has announced its support of Fitbit Pay and Garmin Pay, making it the first bank in the Middle East to offer this service.
Network International, a payment solutions provider in the Middle East and Africa, has announced that its merchant partner outlets will accept Google Pay.