Bayt, Amazai ink reseller agreement
Dubai, January 27, 2013
The Middle East region’s leading jobsite, Bayt.com, has announced that it has signed an authorised reseller agreement with The Amazai Group, an integrated solutions provider based in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The group will start providing Bayt.com’s premium solutions for both employers and jobseekers in Sri Lanka, a statement from the company said.
The website is the leading online recruitment website in the Mena region today and looks forward to expand their global presence. With almost 10 million registered job seekers (January 2013), the jobsite represents all career levels, industries, job roles and nationalities.
Bayt.com works with over 40,000 companies, from small businesses to large multi-nationals and governments, to help them to successfully attract and recruit qualified professionals every day.
Suhail Masri, vice president of sales at Bayt.com, said: "Our mission at Bayt.com is to empower people with the tools and knowledge to build their lifestyle of choice. We are very pleased to be partnering with The Amazai Group, which complements our mission by reaching out to even more number of people.”
“Partnering with The Amazai Group to market our products and services places both the parties in a win-win situation. The relationship will open a new market for us and will allow us to leverage their local expertise, while we bring our own experience of 13 years to Sri Lankan employers and professionals.”
Omer Fareed, chairman, The Amazai Group, said: “This new partnership with Bayt.com will allow us at Amazai to contribute back in a meaningful way to our communities and customers.”
“We will also round out our capabilities and abilities to serve clients the best possible. Indeed, Bayt.com is the perfect complement to our existing business lines.” – TradeArabia News Service
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