SA : Zyda pledges to build 1,000 web stores for local businesses in KSA within 48 hours for free

RIYADH — Zyda, the company that migrates businesses from offline to online in less than 48 hours, Tuesday pledged to help migrate 1,000 local Saudi businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic for free throughout the holy month of Ramadan. The initiative also waives Zyda’s subscription fee for the first three months.

Zyda has a proven seamless transition process and enables businesses to sell directly and easily across platforms, including Instagram. Zyda’s key features include integrations with analytics, logistics and delivery providers, multiple state-of-the-art payment channels, powerful dashboards for managers to monitor and track performance, and market-leading customer support.

Zyda co-founder Hamad Aljudai said, “Zyda was founded on a mission to ease the transition of businesses from offline commerce to online commerce. However, today we feel we have responsibility to help businesses survive, and we are extending our service to any businesses in Saudi Arabia who need to migrate online in order to continue staying in business; and we are offering it for free for the first three months — no strings attached. Our service is tried, tested, and already generates over six million dollars in turnover for our clients and we welcome any business impacted by the lockdowns, regardless of size.”

Zyda Marketing Manager Bashar Alostad stated: “Hundreds of businesses already rely on Zyda for their online sales. This initiative aims to aid local retail businesses of any size, ranging from home-based companies to licensed enterprises in Kuwait, KSA, UAE, Bahrain, Qatar, and Oman.” — SG

 

Source: https://saudigazette.com.sa/article/592435/BUSINESS/Zyda-pledges-to-build-1000-web-stores-for-local-businesses-in-KSA-within-48-hours-for-free

 

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