Middle East

SellAnyCar.com expands to Saudi Arabia

The used-vehicle buyer SellAnyCar.com “exported” its vehicle-buying offer to Saudi Arabia recently, where it opened several branches in major cities, including Riyadh and Jeddah. SellAnyCar.com is one of the fastest growing companies in the Middle East, with more branches in Turkey and Jordan, among others. Saudi Arabia is the largest importer of autos and automotive parts in the...

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LinkedIn launches Arabic version

LinkedIn.com, the professional network with more than 347 million users worldwide, launched an Arabic version in 2015. Back in 2012 Linkedin opened an office in Dubai to operate and support their customers in the Middle East. Today about 14 million registered users in the Middle East and North Africa use LinkedIn in English. And now new users can select to register their new accounts in Arabic...

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Bayt.com adds many features to its app

Bayt.com relaunched its popular mobile application. Bayt.com gave the app a new look and added more features and capabilities, especially social features. For instance, app users can now recommend jobs to their friends directly and can connect to the app using their Facebook account for referrals and jobs recommendations. The app offers real-time connectivity to job opportunities and users can...

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Dubizzle.com parts company with its CEO and other staff

There has been a major shake-up at Dubizzle.com in the UAE. According to ArabianBusiness.com, the Naspers-owned general classifieds marketplace Dubizzle parted ways with its CEO Arto Joensuu, who had been in charge since 2013, and other senior managers, in a move to make the business less UAE-centered. The platform is available in eleven countries in the Middle East. The most recent country to...

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Cazar.com puts its money on the cloud

The unique aspect to recruitment software firm Cazar.com is its Sniperhire platform, which is a cloud-based software solution. The cloud is still an unfamiliar term for job websites and platforms in the Middle East, where most run their businesses on dedicated physical servers of their own. The cloud involves deploying groups of remote servers and software networks that allow centralized data...

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New luxury-property site launches in UAE

Dubai has enjoyed intensive and strong growth in real estate development in recent years. In the process Dubai transformed from a small trading port to the region’s gateway to the world. Dubai is home to many luxury hotels, towers, villas and residential and commercial buildings. In Dubai alone the total value of real estate transactions, according to Dubai’s Land Department, amounted...

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