Tejari Kuwait launched as part of regional expansion

DUBAI - Tejari, the Middle East online marketplace, announced yesterday the launch of Tejari Kuwait as part of its ongoing regional expansion strategy. The move into one of the Gulf's most affluent business communities marks the beginning of another dynamic year for the e-procurement service provider, which will have entered three new markets in the past 12 months.

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Published: Mon 19 Jan 2004, 12:07 PM

Last updated: Wed 15 Nov 2023, 5:04 PM

Tejari's expansion into Kuwait is being carried out in partnership with the Al-Ghabban Group, a leading group of companies specializing in construction and property management, with operations in Kuwait, Iraq, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Djibouti, and Qatar.

"Based on extensive research in the Kuwaiti market, we believe that Tejari is set to become the premier online meeting point for buyers and sellers in that country, which boasts a vibrant economy, a robust trading history, and a business community interested in benefiting from the latest commercial models," said Sultan bin Sulayem, Executive Chairman, Dubai Ports, Customs, and Free Zone Authority, and Chairman of Tejari.


"Because Kuwait is also such a technology-savvy community, we are confident that key decision-makers in the country will benefit from the introduction of online procurement. Leaders in the public and private sectors are set to enjoy the advantages that e-business delivers, including a reduction in paper-based tasks, faster time to market, enhanced customer awareness, and increased profitability," said Bin Sulayem.



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