Networking site launched for GCC workforce
Washington, December 4, 2011
Arabianomics.com, an innovative platform that will provide a medium for networking and discussion for the region’s professional workforce, was recently launched.
It is designed to enhance the communications capabilities of people doing business in GCC countries, a statement said.
“Despite the steady rise in business opportunities across the Gulf in nearly every sector, there was no way to discover and pursue these opportunities online, until now,” Arabianomics.com publisher Lucien Zeigler said.
The website allows professionals from any industry to find or post jobs, discuss business and political issues, connect directly with others, and explore business opportunities through a uniquely designed discussion forum.
Users of this new platform for Middle East business professionals will be able to ask and answer questions as well as introduce themselves and their companies.
They will also be able to find and post employment and business opportunities, explore a database of in-person conferences and discuss news, politics, sports and religion, among others.
“Because other networking sites are not created for Gulf professionals, they fail to adequately enable open discussion on political, social, and professional topics,” said Zeigler.
New users are joining in droves, and contributing editor George Foulard said Arabianomics.com would continue to offer new memberships for free.
“We want to create a user-driven nexus for Middle East business opportunities. New users are encouraged to join our site for free, as we do not believe that the ‘premium’ services offered by other sites should come at a price.”
“You have nothing to lose, and the world to gain,” said Zeigler. “When you join Arabianomics.com, you’re taking the first step to growing your business network, finding your next job, and taking your career to the next level in ways never before possible for Gulf professionals.” – TradeArabia News Service
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