Ramadan Bazaar supports homegrown brands


May 14, 2019 | By RetailME Bureau

Majid Al Futtaim’s neighbourhood malls in the UAE are building community spirit this month with exclusive Ramadan markets.  Shoppers can buy artisanal products and one-of-a-kind pieces from homegrown brands in these markets.

To give resident entrepreneurs and local brands an opportunity to showcase their distinct offerings and grow their customer base, City Centre Me’aisem in Dubai and Matajer Al Juraina in Sharjah have organised special Ramadan Bazaars with 20 handpicked vendors selling everything from kitchen homeware and abayas to oud and speciality honey.

“This Ramadan, we want visitors to embrace the community spirit and spend precious time with family and friends. They can gather at the mall to break their fast and then visit the exclusive Ramadan Bazaar. Customers will find a large collection of unique knick-knacks, toys, jewellery and fashionwear created right here in the UAE,” said Hamad Al Lawati, senior mall manager for Majid Al Futtaim Properties.

Sharjah Ramadan shopping festival

Matajer Al Juraina, Matajer Al Mirgab, Matajer Al Quoz and Matajer Al Khan, and My City Centre Al Nasseriya are participating in Sharjah’s Ramadan Shopping Festival with special promotions and sales at all major stores.

Hospitality Corner

City Centre Me’aisam and My City Centre Al Barsha in Dubai, and My City Centre Masdar in Abu Dhabi are serving fresh juices to visitors during Iftar, while an oud player will entertain them daily. Matajer Al Juraina in Sharjah will offer fresh coffee, dates and Arabic sweets to visitors during Iftar, as well.

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