Many consumers in the Middle East seek high quality international products, and the limited product selection from local retailers online means there are great opportunities for new brands to sell to the region through cross-border ecommerce. Amazon.ae can sell a range of products from UK sellers, including fashion, accessories, sports and outdoor, toys and homeware.
With an average basket size of $150, shoppers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) spend as much, if not more, than their counterparts in the US and UK each time they shop online. Ecommerce in the Middle East is growing by 30% annually, 6% faster than the global average which sits at 24%.* With the launch of Amazon in the UAE in 2019, and Expo 2020 Dubai in a little over a year, there has never been a better time for UK sellers to sell online to the Middle East. Supported by the Department for International Trade team based in the UAE, this webinar will help you get started with Amazon.ae.
Join us to learn how Amazon.ae can help you reach a new, affluent consumer base, supported by its powerful brand and dominant market position.
You will also hear from Naqel Express, a leading logistics company that can help you fulfil orders from the UK to customers in the UAE, on their services, including customs clearance and delivery tracking.