Zbooni and Meydan Free Zone partner to support digital commerce businesses in Dubai

Zbooni and Meydan Free Zone partner to support digital commerce businesses in Dubai 

By: Abu Dhabi SME Hub
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The deal will empower entrepreneurs setting up in Meydan FZ with the tools needed to thrive in today’s increasingly digital business environment.

C-commerce platform Zbooni and leading business ecosystem Meydan Freezone have agreed to a strategic partnership to propel the growth of digital commerce businesses in Dubai. The deal will empower entrepreneurs setting up in Meydan FZ with the tools needed to thrive in today’s increasingly digital business environment. In line with Meydan FZ’s objective of providing a holistic hub for new businesses, Zbooni will play a critical role in its fast-developing ecosystem of partners. The Dubai-headquartered startup will also conduct exclusive workshops and training for Meydan Freezone companies.

With so many businesses today looking to offer digital sales channels to customers, Zbooni’s C-commerce offering enables them to serve customers more efficiently. With the ability to create digital product catalogues, and sell via popular messaging services like WhatsApp, Zbooni is a practical solution which resonates with the SME community and customers alike. Beyond making a sale, Zbooni offers real-time payment links, automation of invoices, and business intelligence that is invaluable to a business owner.

The agreement also expands on Zbooni’s capabilities, so it can help new businesses get set up in Meydan FZ. Through the partnership, Zbooni will be positioned to help its existing and prospective customers with access to a cost-effective and friendly Free Zone license.

In 2021, Dubai witnessed a 24 per cent growth in business registration and licensing transactions. Meanwhile, data from Business Registration and Licensing (BRL) at the Department of Economy and Tourism (DET) suggests there was a 69 per cent year-on-year growth in issuance of new business licenses. This significant climb in new company formation is not surprising, with a high proportion of people interested in business ownership – for example the Middle East Institute found that 84 per cent of youth in MENA want to be entrepreneurs. 

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