Mena Apps launches e-supermarket
Amman, November 11, 2012
Mena Apps, an Arabic content company catering to the Mena region, has launched an online supermarket that aims to provide Jordanian families with a convenient e-shopping experience offering a wide variety of quality products at affordable prices.
The online supermarket Sallaty.jo was established in 2011 in an effort to provide local community members with an enjoyable and convenient shopping experience, said its founder Samia Jarrar, a Jordanian entrepreneur.
Sallaty.jo delivers orders directly at customers’ doorsteps across Amman besides offering an exchange/refund policy and allowing easy payment methods including card or cash-on-delivery.
The e-shopping website also comprises a customer service guide that offers related advice and answers on any inquiries during the ordering process, said Jarrar.
Sallaty.jo secured an investment from Mena Apps, which also extended technical and marketing support and guidance, enabling the website to commence its operations and deliver its unique services to the local market, he added.
Dr Abdul Malik Jaber, founder and CEO of Mena Apps said it was proud to support and facilitate the launch of Sallaty.jo, a unique project which will revolutionize the concept of home shopping.
"We are delighted to accelerate the launch of entrepreneurial projects that cater to the needs of local community members and create much-needed balance in the daily lives of Jordanian families. Sallaty.jo strives to grow its operations beyond Jordan to offer an easy, convenient and enjoyable shopping experience to customers across the entire Mena region," noted Jaber.
“Sallaty.jo is the first of many entrepreneurial projects Mena Apps seeks to launch. It is also a model example for innovation amongst Jordanian youth who are actively contributing to socioeconomic development and job creation in the local market,” he added.-TradeArabia News Service
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