90 percent of the top 20 online retailers in the Middle East are not actively blocking fraudulent emails from reaching customers
The region’s homegrown digital marketplace, noon, is celebrating its first year of operations in Saudi Arabia and the UAE.
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.
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.
Noon’s vision extends beyond that of being a pure play retailer. “We want to be a high performing consumer Internet provider,” said Khalid. “But we’re very aware that we can’t do this alone, and we need to bring on board partners and local startups to accelerate this journey.”
Alibaba Group Holding is reportedly investing an addition $2 billion in Southeast Asian e-commerce firm Lazada Group and replace its chief executive.
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Careem, the regional ride-hailing app, has announced that it will be launching ‘Dukkan Careem’ – its new retail venture. Dukkan …