Over the past few years, the United Arab Emirates has risen to fame as an e-commerce leader in the GCC countries. In the upcoming years, it is expected that the e-commerce industry of the GCC will quadruple by 2020, with the UAE’s industry alone being worth nearly $10 billion. This would open doors to new heights of success for businesses within this region, but that would only be possible if you have a business website in Arabic that lures the local population.
Businesses within the UAE and Middle East have realised how important it is for them to have an Arabic version of their website. Spoken in over 27 countries, out of the 12 million population of the UAE, 25% are local Arabs, while in the 18 million population of the KSA, 70% are local Arabs. With a rapidly emerging consumer base, having a business website in Arabic can present great opportunities for businesses looking to expand through potential trade prospects and profitable business partners. It is because of reasons such as these that top-notch names like Emirates Airlines, Air BNB and Apple now have Arabic versions of their websites and apps.
Moreover, your business website is the most important tool to convert leads into sales, thereby making it all the more necessary for you to set up an Arabic version of your business website. This will also show the honour and respect held by your business for local Arabic visitors.
At USEO, our number one priority is to help our clients succeed. We take pride in producing all of our work in-house, and have employed the very best Native Arabic website designers and content writers to ensure 100% client satisfaction. Our team holds extensive experience in working with countless clients in the Arabic language, and with their technical, strategic, and creative expertise, the quality of our services is unmatched.
From us, you can expect to receive a customised website that is perfectly optimised to get the best conversion rates. Not only that, we deliver responsive websites that are sure to enhance the user experience, irrespective of whether they are browsed through on desktops, laptops or mobiles.