Recently, it’s become much more commonplace (and easier) for businesses conducting transactions in Arabic, to create a multilingual Shopify store. Many store owners are opting to take the multilingual route because it allows them to access new and untapped markets.
Elamore is an Arabic and English Shopify store which is based in the United Arab Emirates. They opted for a multi-language site to be able to serve the growing English market within the UAE.
Lebanon-based Tamarindie.com sells robes, towels, and mats to Arabic speaking countries including Lebanon, Oman, Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Qatar. They also offer International shipping to English speaking customers in the UK and U.S. They, therefore, decided it best to move to a multi-language store to accommodate this demand. Switching to an Arabic/English multilingual Shopify theme has never been easier. There’s no reason to leave sales on the table if you have the infrastructure to serve multiple demographics.
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