The launch of the first price comparison platform “GoBazzar” in the UAE

GoBazzar, a Dubai-based e-commerce platform, has launched a price comparison portal that has been set up to give online shoppers a chance to search, compare and view product listings and prices offered by different merchants under one roof.

Against the backdrop of increased online shopping activity due to the after-effects of the global pandemic, GoBazaar is gearing up to give online shoppers an easier shopping experience with nearly every e-commerce store listed on the new portal. CEO Mahmoud Akrein stated: “The platform will change the mindset of online shopping by giving the consumer unrestricted access to a wide range of international and domestic e-commerce sites. This will not lead to more products and services being offered to the consumer. Not only, it will also give merchants of different sizes of operations in e-commerce an equal opportunity to compete in the digital market.

GoBazzar is uniquely designed to help online shoppers purchase the best products at competitive prices, which is in line with the company's vision to be an independent and reliable price comparison site consumers can count on.

Some of the electronic retailers present on GoBazzar are Amazon, Noon, Jumbo, FirstCry, Sprii, SharafDG, Mumzworld, CarrefourUAE, Eros Digital Home, Virgin Mega Store with several others adding each month.

With more than a million products in major categories including electronics, fashion, home appliances, personal care and more, the online shopper will benefit from them and thousands of honest reviews of products, stores and updated prices in addition to the ability to compare products with each other at the same time, giving shoppers an opportunity. To make better buying decisions.

Since the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 pandemic, the movement of people has been affected and most people have switched to online shopping in the wake of the shopping mall closure.

According to research by Ernst & Young, 92% of consumers in the UAE and Saudi Arabia have changed their shopping habits in favor of shopping online.

, A new study conducted by the global consulting firm Kearney Middle East that also included the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia revealed that up to 40 percent of respondents now shop online more than they were before the announcement of the new coronavirus outbreak.

With the wave of e-commerce sweeping the economies of the region mainly due to the global pandemic, the United Arab Emirates is steadily progressing to become an e-commerce hub with an estimated growth of US $ 27.08 billion by 2022, according to the global research giant, Statista, strategically placing GoBazzar on a path Growth with plans to acquire more than 1 million active users in the UAE alone within the first six months of operation.

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