Soluqi takes aim at Arabic website creation

The new firm provides SMES and individuals the tools to create custom branded websites in both Arabic and English

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Soluqi takes aim at Arabic website creation Benjamin Balazs, founder of Soluqi.
By  Alexander Sophoclis Pieri Published  June 14, 2017

Soluqi, a UAE-based tech startup, recently unveiled its online website builder platform, designed to help businesses, entrepreneurs and individual users to create custom branded websites in both Arabic and English.

Users of the platform will be able to circumvent both the language and cost barrier involved in web creation, to quickly create websites in Arabic for free, without any formatting or coding.

Commenting on the launch, Soluqi's Founder, Benjamin Balazs, shared, "After many years of research and development, I am thrilled to finally launch Soluqi's web development platform in the region. We look forward to expanding our existing offering into a multitude of languages in order to make utilizing, designing and marketing both business and individual projects as easy and cost effective as possible, not only for our valued users in the GCC but around the world."

Soluqi's Arabic features include as Arabic User Interfaces, Arabic Websites, Arabic Educational Material, 24/7 Arabic Customer Service. The platform is also mobile-friendly, which enables users to manage their websites on the go.

Additionally, the company has also revealed plans to tap into other markets, such as Iran and Pakistan, which will then see the introduction of Farsi and Urdu capabilities to the platform.

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