There has been an MoU signed between Ajman Free zone and online retail and Ecommerce platform Noon.com for the diversification, expansion of Emirate’s Ecommerce arena as well as attracting new investors.
With the signing up of this agreement, the existing Ajman free zone investors holding a valid e-commerce licences can now join alongside Noon’s platform. It utilizes, Emirates Ecommerce major’s secure payment gateway alongside their logistics as well as their fulfilment network wing.
Ali Abdulla Bin Towaih Al Suwaidi, Director General, Ajman Free Zone stated that “their strategic partnership with the Noon.com, one of the nations pioneered e-commerce platforms will be in advantageous position for both our investors as well as client for opening up best opportunities for the commercial expansion, diversification as well as overall development.
We are confident up to expectation that exorcism partnership desire bring considerable advantages – specifically along regards in accordance with bolstering the boom of the e-commerce market – supported through the government’s constant help so properly so the country’s continuous modernization over its digital infrastructure because of more advanced capabilities certain as like the presenting regarding secure as well as electronic payment methods.
Companies wishing according to uses Noon.com so their digital promoting platform, but whoever are now not yet registered within the fair zone may also attain an e-commerce approve to work so.
Yousef Almehrzi, Government Partnerships at Noon, said: “Through our tie-up with Ajman Free Zone we will stand capable according to grant countless latter companies with the tools she necessity in imitation of enlarge their providing online, riding reach in accordance with new audiences, multiplying sales, enabling to them in conformity with contest higher in a digitally modern retail market.
We’re looking far according to welcoming SMEs or aiding their boom across the region.” The UAE’s e-commerce want is viewed the just promoted between the Middle East then North Africa (MENA) region at 4.2 percent penetration rate.