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Sukar.com expands into Lebanon

The exclusive luxury fashion and lifestyle website began in Dubai six months ago

Sukar.com expands into Lebanon
Saygin Yalcin, CEO of Sukar.com said Lebanon is the perfect market for his company.

Lebanese shoppers can now purchase high-end fashion and lifestyle goods at heavily discounted prices through the Dubai-based luxury online shopping club, Sukar.com. Previously the website was only available to members hailing from the GCC.

"As the premier fashion market of the Middle East, Lebanon is ideally placed to benefit from the enormous discounts available at Sukar.com," said Saygin Yalcin, CEO of Sukar.com. "This exciting expansion will incorporate Lebanon's fashionable set into Sukar.com's exclusive club of designer shoppers and bring luxury online shopping to the fashion hub of the Levant at unbeatable prices."

The start-up company, launched six months ago by by Jabbar Internet Group, provides an exclusive members only shopping environment. Currently there are around 200,000 people registered on Sukar.com.

According to the company, the site's popularity is fuelled by the fact that new designer items become available every day for a 48 hour period and members only have a few hours to secure the item. An alert is sent out to members before new items go on sale.

Members can pay using a number of options from credit cards to cash on delivery. Items purchased on the website will be delivered to your home.

The website is part of a global online shopping alliance with around 10 million members worldwide.

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