Doha Bank’s e-commerce portal, Doha Sooq has signed a merchant agreement with Al-Sulaiman Jewellery & Watches to offer customers the convenience of purchasing “premium quality” jewellery online at “attractive” prices.
The deal paves the way for customers in Qatar and around the world to buy their favourite jewellery pieces directly from the Al-Sulaiman Jewellery e-store on www.dohasooq.com at the click of a button.
On the agreement, Doha Bank CEO Dr R Seetharaman said, “Al-Sulaiman Jewellery & Watches is an exciting addition to Doha Sooq’s burgeoning list of merchant partners. Doha Sooq owes its success to a combination of service quality, speed of delivery and great value for money, not to mention the 24x7, 365 days shopping experience that the e-mall is uniquely able to deliver to all customers, whether in Qatar or overseas.”
Doha Bank acting head (retail banking) John Hackwood said, “Our partnership with Al-Sulaiman Jewellery & Watches promises to deliver value to customers at every stage and bring a smile to their face, regardless of where they live or when they choose to shop, delivering the kind of convenience, reliability and superior service experience that customers have come to expect from both Doha Sooq and Al-Sulaiman Jewellery & Watches.”
Sulaiman Nasser Sulaiman al- Haidar, Al-Sulaiman Group managing director, said, “We are very proud to partner with Doha Sooq to build a strong online presence for our brand to complement our in-store business. Customers can now purchase their favourite jewellery from Al-Sulaiman from the comfort of their home or office, and we are keen to leverage the full potential of Doha Sooq’s advanced e-commerce platform to make the online shopping experience a memorable and rewarding one for our customers.” Qatar’s “first and only” e-mall, Doha Sooq is designed to make shopping a hassle-free and customer-friendly experience. Visitors to the e-mall are able to shop for a wide variety of product categories including mobile phones, TVs, laptops, refrigerators, handbags, sunglasses, shoes, flowers, cakes, sweets, electronics, luxury watches, perfumes, cosmetics, body care products, jewellery and fashion accessories in addition to having the convenience of buying daily groceries.
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