This collaboration will positively empower the B2B platform to boost its participant’s businesses through facilitating credit facilities with attractive payment terms based on the extensive information provided in the credit reports and score. As a result, our credit reports and credit scores will not only help Tradeling make informed decisions but will also allow them to generate informed foresights and KPIs.
Tradeling has also been supporting the F&B sector during the pandemic offering 5 per cent cashback on all purchases for hotels, restaurants, and caterers, as part of a confidence-boosting measure. The company has already made a cash-back of several million Dirhams to the HoReCa customers. Tradeling is now showcasing its offerings for the F&B industry at Gulfood 2021.
Tradeling will leverage DIFC’s innovation-driven companies to develop new capabilities that will enhance the digital platform’s position as the trusted B2B eMarketplace as well as contribute to shaping the B2B digital ecosystem.
As part of the collaboration, Tradeling is now a Benefactor Member of the French Business Council, opening doors to engage with over 8,000 qualified business contacts, and more than 350 companies represented by the Council, including multinationals and SMEs. Tradeling will also benefit from networking opportunities to share its journey.
Tradeling has launched Tradeling Smart Freight, augmenting B2B eCommerce with real-time freight procurement via Freightos.com. With Tradeling Smart Freight, powered by Freightos.com’s Freight-as-a-Service, businesses can benefit from online, real-time access to compare, book and manage their air, ocean and land freight services whether they are active on the Tradeling platform or not.