Online marketplace Noon is now live in Saudi Arabia. Noon launches with a broad range of exciting products and offers designed to meet the lifestyle aspirations of people in the Kingdom. Noon partners with market leaders and small & medium enterprises, helping them gain a greater share of the e-commerce market in the region.
Created for the region, in the region and backed by Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund and a group of prominent Gulf investors, Noon is an ideal fit for the digital-first preferences and aspirations of the Saudi youth. Promoting a collaborative model of e-commerce through its partnerships with Saudi and regional retailers, Noon presents a compelling alternative retail choice through its website and edicated iOS and Android apps.
As a customer-focused, Arabic-first e-commerce platform, Noon, headquartered in Riyadh, brings a growing product assortment that derives its strength from deep connections with the local retail community. Noon’s catalogue offers compelling products across a diverse set of categories like electronics, fashion, beauty, baby, home & kitchen and groceries.
“Saudi Arabia is entering a new era of economic and digital transformation led by the Saudi Vision 2030. Noon brings a dynamic, locally-driven and customer-oriented digital marketplace to the Kingdom serving the community and offering a new retail and much improved experience. With talented young Saudis driving its operations, along with being powered by Saudi and regional retailers showcasing their amazing products, the platform also offers Saudi entrepreneurs, including start-ups, to be part of a fast-growing digital ecosystem,” says Noon founder Mohamed Alabbar.
Assuring a warm, personalised and attentive service, Noon has a dedicated distribution hub, a full-fledged logistics network and secure payment gateway that will serve the whole of the Kingdom.
Following its successful launch in the UAE earlier this year, Noon is celebrating the launch of Saudi operations with a ‘Homecoming’ campaign that brings amazing deals and unique offers on a wide array of products.
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