noon, the Middle East's homegrown digital marketplace, is bringing the global marketplace of eBay closer to customers in the region with a new path-breaking partnership.
In a pioneering step, noon's partnership with eBay will certainly offer customers in the region the chance to buy top selling products from the US and various other components of the world effortlessly and convenience. twelve noon will certainly satisfy all eBay orders made on midday and deliver it straight to the customers' doorstep.
Mohamed Alabbar, founder of noon, said: "noon is linking the region with the global ecommerce market through our partnership with ebay.com. With this, we are supplying our customers access to products that are not otherwise conveniently offered in the region. As brand name from that is from the region, we pay attention to our customers and tailor the online retail experience to fit their requirements. Our partnership with eBay opens a whole new world of shopping experience."
noonnpowered by ebay.com will be available from the second half of 2018 in the UAE and Saudi Arabia, on its committed application, and by means of mobile and desktop. ebay.com products purchased using noon and delivered from overseas could also be easily gone back to noon with a full refund choice, based on conditions.
noontime and ebay.com will also check out joint possibilities in advertising and marketing, knowledge and best techniques sharing to utilize the solid development of on the internet shopping in the region. “E-commerce continuously evolves, and this partnership guarantees noon stays on top of the trends and consumer preferences,” included Alabbar.
Inning accordance with the 'Middle East B2C Ecommerce Market 2018,' with high internet and mobile infiltration rates in the Gulf nations, incorporated B2C e-commerce sales are expected to more than double in between 2017 and 2020 to reach $20 billion.
Created in the region and backed by Saudi Arabia's Public Mutual fund and a group of popular Gulf capitalists, midday is an excellent suitable for the digital-first preferences and aspirations of the region's young people.