January 19, 2022

GoDaddy collaborates with Fawry to support entrepreneurs in building their websites


The partnership between GoDaddy and Fawry provides services and tools for start-ups and entrepreneurs — such as an online store service — to easily create their websites, which helps them attract more customers and grow their business.

This week, GoDaddy signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Fawry to facilitate the electronic transformation of start-ups and entrepreneurs in Egypt.

The partnership between GoDaddy and Fawry provides services and tools for start-ups and entrepreneurs — such as an online store service — to easily create their websites, which helps them attract more customers and grow their business.

Selena Bieber, the General Manager of the Middle East and North Africa region at GoDaddy, said during a press conference held via Zoom that the partnership with Fawry comes with the aim of supporting small business owners, start-ups, and entrepreneurs in Egypt by facilitating the electronic transformation of their businesses, as the partnership provides them with a secure and easy electronic payment method that will help them grow their business and enhance their journey towards digital transformation, in addition to the integrated set of electronic services and easy-to-use tools provided by GoDaddy.

For her part, Heba Al-Awadi — the Head of the Banking and Strategic Sectors at Fawry — said that through the partnership, FawryPay offers various payment methods, including payment by bank cards, electronic wallets, instalments, and the reference number — whether in cash or by bank cards — through Fawry outlets.

It is worth noting that GoDaddy launched an Arabic website builder to allow Arabic speaking customers in the Middle East and North Africa region to reach their audience in their mother tongue as well as create an easy-to-use interface and provide a unique user experience, thus, enabling these customers to grow their business and attract new customers while retaining an existing customer base.

dailynewsegypt


Categories : technology

Finance & Economy

Palm Hills submits documents to EGX for EGP 81.3M capital cut

2022-05-24 04:00:00

ArabFinance: The Egyptian Exchange (EGX) has announced that Palm Hills Developments (PHD) submitted documents for an EGP 81.309"...
Read More

Egypt plans to offer several state-run c...
May 24, 2022
Egypt’s FM reviews vision for COP ...
May 24, 2022

Latest News



technology

Huawei, KSIU ink MoU to set up ICT acade...
May 24, 2022
DIGITALISATION TO EMPOWER FISHING SECTOR...
May 19, 2022
Samsung sees 6G in a run to be the world...
May 17, 2022