noon, the Middle East’s homegrown digital marketplace, has announced the launch of two entities in China, one on the mainland and the other in Hong Kong, kick starting noon’s Asia operations.
The Sharjah Executive Council has recently issued a mandate that only allows SEC licenced organisations to engage in e-commerce activities in the emirate.
As part of their partnership, the companies will cooperate to help Trendyol, which has over 16 million customers, accelerate its growth
E-commerce as we know it is set to get a facelift with the launch of Mall.Global – a retail platform that plans to incorporate immersive technologies and operational practices into online shopping.
E-commerce and electronic retail brands such as Amazon, souq.com, Sharaf DG and Jumbo Electronics are among the top 10 “intimate brands” in the UAE.
The Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai and Visa have launched a consumer education campaign that aims to promote safe card usage and provide consumers with tips and advice to protect themselves against payment-related fraud.
In recent months, the UAE has carved out its place on the global e-commerce map – and quite deliberately so. In October 2017, for example, the Dubai Airport Free Zone launched Dubai CommerCity.
noon, the Middle East’s homegrown digital marketplace, is bringing the global marketplace of eBay closer to customers in the region with a new partnership.
Under the partnership, DHL and Magento will offer a broad range of shipping services to e-commerce merchants, SMEs, start-ups and online entrepreneurs in the Middle East and North Africa region.
Criteo has recently released data that showed that the highest rise in online retail sales and website visitors was seen in the week before Eid-al Fitr.