Doha Bank has announced the addition of Al Jaber Watches, a premier Qatari retailer of luxury watches, to the online portfolio of dohasooq.com.
Speaking during the signing ceremony, Doha Bank Group CEO Dr R Seetharaman said: “dohasooq.com is a highly efficient e-commerce portal that allows our merchant partners to extend their retail experience online and reach out to a broader audience by showcasing their products, while also delivering round-the-clock shopping experience to customers regardless of where they are in the world. We are happy to welcome Al Jaber Watches to
dohasooq.com integrates e-commerce fundamentals with leading retail operators to help deliver professional online payments technology underpinned by the banking experience and track record of Doha Bank. This expertise is complemented on the product side by the retail strengths of the
Al Jaber Watches has been a leader in the premium watch segment since 1958. The company operates retail environments at 15 locations in Qatar and is now able to deliver online sales through dohasooq.com.
The brands available through Al Jaber Watches include premium ones such as Raymond Weil, Frederique Constant, GF Ferre, Pierre Cardin, Joop, Ted Lapidus, JBR, Cacharel, Candino, Doxa, Jaguar
As part of the rollout of its online presence via dohasooq.com, Al Jaber is offering clearly marked discounts on select leading brands. These prices will be available for a limited period via DohaSooq.com.
Earlier in 2013, Doha Bank announced the addition of LuLu Hypermarket to dohasooq.com, making it the first online store for goods from LuLu.
dohasooq.com houses a wide range of products, - from electronics and entertainment systems to travel and recreation options - with hundreds of purchase options available to site visitors at any time from leading retailers in Qatar.
The portal also supports ticket sales and marketplace listings that cover everything, from pre-owned vehicles to goods and
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