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Screenshot Jabbar’s CashU Competitor OneCard, one of N2V’s subsidiaries has announced that OneCard users can now buy Facebook Credit directly using their OneCard balance. OneCard is a prepaid card located at more than 75000 point of stores across 20 countries, its users can top up their OneCard accounts using many local payments like Knet in Kuwai...
Screenshot Between 2009 and 2010 Twitter users from the Arab world were estimated to be around 15,000 to 40,000 but these figures were not official and not very accurate. But after the revolution on Tunisia and Egypt, as Twitter has been used as a tool to fuel the revolution,Twitter become a house hold name in the Arab world just like Facebook. An infographic...
Screenshot The group buying startups spree are everywhere now a days in the Arab world, we have Cobone based in UAE from Jabbar group now operates in Amman, Jordan, Dubai, Sharija and Abu Dhabi in UAE, Beirut in Lebanon, cobone plans to expand to Cairo and other cities in GCC region. GoNanbit funded by Bayt and based also in UAE also operates in the cit...
Screenshot Jordan based number one regional shipping company Aramex has been in forefront in harassing technology to grow its business. Today the announcement came that the delivery company has launched an API that enables e-commerce sites to integrate shipping tracking to ordered goods, thus enabling users to know where their ordered good is located now. ...
Screenshot Government body Jordan's National Information center has opened registration to its Arabic domain .الاردنThe domain name registration is open to local and international companies, NGOs, government agencies via this site http://idn.jo/. The fees are 100 Jordanian Diners (JD) ( 1 JD = 1.41 USD)  for the first 2 years and then 24 JD for...
Screenshot Venture Capital firm Middle East Venture Partners (MEVP), has announced three new investments in Lebanese-based companies: Pin-Pay SAL, iLevel SAL, and Multilane SAL. MEVP says the The funding will assist the companies in pursuing regional growth and extending their product offerings. The companies MEVP’s investmented are as follows: Pin-P...
Screenshot A new Arab Advisors Group’s survey of Jordan's Internet users revealed that over 15% of Internet users in the country are also e-commerce users. The Arab Advisors Group estimates the number of Jordan Internet users who use e-commerce to be more than 181,000 which is around 3.0% of the total population in Jordan. These e-commerce users have...
Screenshot Updated. There is no doubt at least to me that for any person wedding and getting married is one of the greatest blessing’s in life. Yebab help brides in United Arab Emirates (UAE) find various suppliers and services needed for the wedding, from caterers to dressmakers, artists, photographers and traditional musicians. Yebab is now ent...
Screenshot AqarMap.com a real estate startup which was launched in April, has launched a new version. The Yemeni startup differentiate it self from other players in the market by focusing in location and linking with google maps. The new version focus in making searching and access to information quicker ans easier.  Plus Adding a listing is has bec...
Screenshot Souq.com was launched in 2005 from Maktoob group (Now Jabbar Group) as an auction site, it initially covered Jordan, then expanded into UAE, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. The site is not anymore just an auction site, but rather a marketplace for anyone to sell or buy, Souq.com supports many formats (auction, fixed price and Classifieds for the Real ...
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