Ureed, a new digital editorial marketplace, is now officially open for businesses and freelancers across the Middle East. The platform aims at helping clients and freelancers find the perfect match. It enables businesses to source freelance linguists independently, connecting them to collaborate and work together on their own terms.
The platform brings various content options, including blogging, copywriting, legal documentation, editing, proofreading, as well as translation. It does not require any registration or subscription fees, and has been designed with a focus on Arabic, English, and French.
Businesses are able to set their own budget based on the size and complexity of the project. In addition to the standard option, companies can opt for the Ureed PRO service, where their projects are handled from A to Z, with a dedicated account manager who would select the best freelancer for the job, brief them and deliver the work to the client’s inbox through the streamlined digital experience.
Nour Al Hassan, Ureed founder and CEO said: “This is a really exciting time for Ureed as we launch into the Middle East. There is a huge pool of talented freelance professionals available but often businesses are opting for the traditional hiring model due to the lack of choice and infrastructure. We see this as a new chapter for both businesses and the freelance workforce, as Ureed will allow people to hire quality talent, regardless of the size and complexity of the project.”
Al Hassan is also the founder of Tarjama, a certified translation agency in Dubai and across the region.
Ureed has been designed specifically for the MENA market, however the company is also actively expanding its services outside the region, with the aim of helping businesses across the globe break the barriers of entering the Middle Eastern market.