Dubai CommerCity, the first and leading e-commerce free zone in the region, has partnered with e-commerce strategy consultant, Khaleej Digital. The partnership aims to support the growth of e-commerce businesses in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region by developing tailored e-commerce strategies for local and international brands.
Khaleej Digital will support Dubai CommerCity in leading its customers’ digital transformation journey by designing, planning and executing an e-commerce strategy that supports their success. By exchanging knowledge and expertise, the two entities will provide the free zone’s customers with an array of services including defining the company’s business objectives, strategy and business model; an e-commerce platform with various offerings like evaluation, selection, technical audit, and solution design; project management; advisory on operations and logistics; and website UI/UX and development, including payment gateways and integration with enterprise resource planning (ERP) and third-party providers.
DeVere Forster, Chief Operating Officer at Dubai CommerCity, said: “We are delighted to add Khaleej Digital to our portfolio of partners, which bring a range of expertise in e-commerce and logistics. Our partners play a key role in supporting Dubai CommerCity to provide e-commerce businesses with comprehensive solutions and fulfil our mission of enabling regional and international e-commerce businesses to expand in the region and contribute to the wider growth of the e-commerce market.”
Ahmed Chinbou, Founder & CEO at Khaleej Digital said: “Our mission is to facilitate, enable and boost e-commerce in the region. As we further expand our reach in the market, we are very excited to start this journey with Dubai Commercity who not only shares the same vision as us but it also plays a key role in unlocking the full potential of e-commerce in the region by offering a unique set of services under one roof.”