Almost half of UAE CEOs in the retail industry intend to start using artificial intelligence (AI) in the next two years, as they are increasingly influenced by technology to enhance the retail store experience for customers.
Following the success of the grocery app within Saudi Arabia, Wadi.com plans to expand in other markets like UAE, which is strategized to be introduced in 2019.
Samsung Electronics has recently introduced the Galaxy Note 9 “phablet”, which is reportedly aimed at attracting younger customers.
Over 4,800 social media accounts and 30 websites were shut down by Dubai’s Department of Economic Development (DED) for selling fake products this year.
noon, the Middle East’s homegrown online marketplace, now has groceries on hand that can be delivered right to your doorstep with just a few clicks.
Kanzeh.net, the UAE-born custom made T-Shirt e-commerce store celebrates its third birthday with an expansion of its services and the launch of the new sister store: Varsity-jackets.com.
GFH Capital has announced its partnership with Al-Futtaim to complete the landmark acquisition of the Entertainer, one of the leading incentive providers and lifestyle technology platforms in the region.
Integrating online and in-mall shopping, the development is designed for the new era of digital, connected and tech-savvy customers.
Network International, has announced the launch of ‘Go-Online’, an e-commerce platform, powered by Shopmatic, targeted at local small, medium and start-up businesses.
The move underpins Al Farwaniya Property Developments’ ambition to place the $1.2 billion Reem Mall project at the forefront of digital innovation in the retail industry.
The Amazon founder Jeff Bezos’ net worth broke $150 billion on Monday morning, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, making him the “richest man in modern history.”
UAE-based online shopping platform Noon aims to enter the online groceries business in the next six months, said the company’s founder Mohamed Alabbar said in a recent interview with CNN.
Patrick Bousquet-Chavanne, who left Marks & Spencer in May following a business restructure, has been appointed chief executive at Dubai-based Emaar Malls.