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Weblic ready-to-use website builder for businesses launches in MENA

Dubai: Weblic, a website builder offering ready-to-use Arabic website templates for businesses and individuals in MENA has officially launched. The responsive website builder is priced competitively to help people move their businesses online faster.

Weblic utilizes sleek website templates that are streamlined to lower the learning curve for individuals without coding experience and skills

MENA is one of the regions watched for its massive economic transformation and the company believes it makes sense to invest in assisting the transition of different E-commerce brands and businesses online for global visibility.

The launch of Weblic is in line with the motto of the company to offer reasonable solutions to SME’s. Individuals who believe that building a website is a technical job can utilize Weblic to create their own personal or business website with comfort and ease. Technical skills such as HTML or other programming languages or code are not needed, users can follow the interface to employ the platform to create a basic website. The platform is designed on ready-made templates rather than drag-and-drop technology and the outcome is a user-friendly platform where anyone can create a beautiful website within minutes.

According to Co-Founder Abdelrahman Kadry, “Weblic includes features for every user. Users receive the same access to all features, such as unlimited web pages, e-commerce, free hosting, and bespoke business emails. This leaves the playing field open and offers professionals, artisans, traders, and businesses in MENA, the opportunity to build a strong online presence.”

Weblic believes that there are a large number of individuals who think that having a website is an extremely technical, time-consuming, and costly endeavor. The startup is confident that the number of websites in MENA will increase due to the new service. The company noted that the global capability and affordability to receive and send payments for services and goods were crucial considerations for launching.



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