Tejari offers Dubai traders new web service

Tejari, the Middle East online marketplace, announces that a new market-making service will be made available to companies registered with Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED).

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By  Daniel Stanton Published  May 28, 2006

Tejari, the Middle East online marketplace, has announced that a new market-making service will be made available to companies registered with Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED). The service, accessed at mylinkDubai.com, will give each company registered with DED a designated website to ensure that they have a presence on the internet. Each company will also be added to a national online directory, join a message centre to facilitate trading leads, and be given web space to use for electronic product showrooms and e-exhibitions. “The DED is committed to provide value-added services to its clients and facilitate the business process in Dubai as part of its role in the economic development of Dubai,” said Sultan Ali Lootah, head of the IT division, DED. “The new service is another step forward towards fulfilling the vision of HH Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, of transforming the emirate to a knowledge-based economy.” Abdulla Salman, director of marketing, Tejari, said: “The launch of mylinkDubai.com to the wider Dubai community is the culmination of months of technology innovation invested to deliver the benefits of online commerce to organisations of every size and industry sector. “When the new service goes live, thousands of businesses will have an exciting new channel for commercial opportunities.” The service is aimed at all sizes of business and can be utilised after a one-time registration through the trading community.

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