A new commercial site "Tajra" (www.tajra.net) launched by
The website is a new e-commerce approach to marketing, which links social networking with e-commerce to offer a number of services to consumers and business owners, according to the founders.
Al-Ghamdi said the website allows businesswomen to carry out their work from home free of charge, and supports both consumers and productive families who are interested in buying and selling via the Internet.
He said that more than 400 female traders have become active on the site since its launch less than two months ago.
The foundation of the project, said Al-Ghamdi, stems from the support of the King Abdullah Scholarship Program, an initiative of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, as they were able to specialize in information technology in
Most Popular Stories
- Florida Warns Beach-goers About Flesh-eating Bacteria
- Sutherland Responds to 'Unprofessional' Jibe
- LivePro Is a Mobile Hot Spot, Projector in One
- Islamic State Fights for Control of Syrian Oil Wealth
- How to Fit Green Energy Into Your Portfolio
- Adrienne Bailon Disses Ex-Lover Rob Kardashian
- Sanctions Will Hit Russia Hard if Not Lifted Quickly
- U.S. Economy Grows at Fastest Pace in 10 Years
- Business Leaders Set for CHCC Convention
- Jerry Brown Favors More Shelters for Immigrant Kids