Al Qasba unveils new-look web portal
Sharjah, May 24, 2010
Al Qasba, Sharjah’s leading tourism, entertainment and culture destination, has launched its newly revived interactive website offering visitors greater value by providing them with a complete portal for all the future events, promotions and happenings.
The new website is expected to draw even more attention to Sharjah’s leading destination and will give the visitors a full overview about all what they need to know from dining to arts to business, said a senior official.
Visitors can flip through different pages to get an overall idea about the different cafe’s and restaurants, Maraya Art Centre, Al Qasba Business Centre and Multaqa Al Qasba- conference and meeting halls, in addition to downloading high resolution photo updated event calendars.
Visitors to the website will be able to interact effectively through weekly quizzes, surveys and promotions and the ability to log into Al Qasba’s facebook, twitter and YouTube pages.
Hazem Sawaf, sales and marketing director at Al Qasba Development Authority, said that the innovations being launched within Al Qasba’s interactive division would give the public opportunities to discover this unique destination.
"The visitors to the site are invited to explore a number of Sharjah’s most famous business and entertainment attractions as well as the on-site events happening at Al Qasba. On the business side, individuals can find detailed information about everything from renting office spaces to statistics about Sharjah’s economic growth."
“Al Qasba wants to make it as easy as possible for the public to find out what is going on, and we feel that the best way to do this is through a single unique website that has comprehensive information for public reference,” Sawaf noted.
“We are proud to be hosting our own agenda full of promotions and fun for the entire family and this website will make it easier for individuals to get all the information needed and make sure they enjoy such activities.”-TradeArabia News Service
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