Another 3-day sale in UAE this weekend

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The three-day will offer discounts of up to 70 per cent across dozens of stores.

The Galleria Al Maryah Island in Abu Dhabi is hosting a massive three-day shopping sale from Thursday, October 31 to Saturday, November 2. 

The three-day will offer discounts of up to 70 per cent across various stores.

According to its website, shoppers can find amazing offers from popular brands such as Debenhams, & Other Stories, H&M, River Island, Victoria’s Secret, Sephora, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Pull & Bear and many others.

Here’s the full list of offers:

& Other Stories: Buy 2-get-1 free on selected items

1915 by Seddiqi & Sons: Up to 40 per cent discount

American Eagle: Buy-1-get-1-free & 40 per cent off selected Items

Annabelle’s: 25 per cent off all items

Armani Exchange: 30 per cent off selected items

Art Hub: 20 per cent off on workshops

Ascots & Chapels: 4 Duke shirts & 1 tie for Dh1,095

Aspinal of London: 25 per cent off selected items

Bath & Body Works: Buy 1-get-1 free on selected items / Buy any candle for just Dh39

Bershka: 40per cent off selected items

Boggi: 25  per cent discount on Fall Winter Collection

Boulevard Boutique: 10-30 per cent off selected items

CH Carolina Herrera: 30-50 per cent off selected items

Charlotte Tilbury:

1) Save Dh190 when you buy Charlotte’s Hollywood Bestsellers Bundle worth Dh765

2) Free engraving service / complementary “quick trick” / free transformation when you spend a minimum of Dh500

Christian Louboutin: 30 per cent off selected items

Claire’s: Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items

Coach: Up to 40 per cent ff selected items

COS: Buy 2-get-1 free on selected items

Damas: 30 per cent discount on selected items

Debenhams: Buy-1-get-1-free on the latest fashion and home collections

1) Coast: Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items
2) Evans: Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items
3) Burton: Buy-1-get-1-free on all items

Decathlon: 25 per cent off selected items

Desigual: 50 pr cent off on all items

DKNY: Up to 50 per cent off selected items

Dr Nutrition: Buy 2-get-1 free

Ecco: 30 per cent off selected items

Etoile la Boutique: 30-40 per cent off selected items

Etude House:

1) Get a free lip patch and play stick 101 Pencil with any purchase of Better Lips Talk Lipstick
2) Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items
Eyezone: 30 – 50 per cent off selected items
Gant: Up to 50 per cent off selected items
Gap: Up to 40 per cent off selected items
GC: Up to 40 per cent off selected items
Godiva: 30 per cent off selected chocolates & promotional bundles

H&M:
1) Up to 50 per cent on selected items
2) Buy 3-get-3 free on selected items

Havaianas: Up to 50 per cent off selected items

Hour Choice: Up to 30 per cent discount

Ivy Clothing: Up to 60 per cent off selected items

Jimmy Choo: 40 per cent off selected items

Jumbo: Promotional offers on selected items

Just Kidding: 25 per cent online cashback voucher on full priced items

Justice: Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items

Kenzo: Up to 50 per cent off selected items

Kid’s Puzzle: Up to 50  per cent off selected items

Kiko Milano: 30-70 per cent off selected items

La Senza: Buy-2-get-3 free

Lanvin: 30 to 50 per cent off selected items

Lovisa: Bundle and promotional offers on selected items
MAC Cosmetics: Get a free pouch with minimum purchase of Dh250

Magrabi Optical: 25 per cent off selected items

Massimo Dutti: 30  per cent off selected items

MaxMara: 30 – 50  per cent off selected items

Milano: Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items

Miss Selfridge: Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items

Molton Brown: 25-50 per cent off selected items

Monki: Buy 1-get-1 free on selected items

Mothercare: Buy-2-get-1-free on all fashion and selected home and travel items

MUJI: Up to 50 per cent off selected items

Next: Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items

Nstyle International: 15 per cent off all services and products

NYX: Buy-1-get-1-free on selected items

Okaidi: 40 per cent off selected items

One Piece Concept: 50 per cent off selected items

Penhaligon’s: 25 per cent off selected items

Pottery Barn: Save Dh20 on every Dh100 you spend on wide range of furniture & accessories

Pottery Barn Kids: Save Dh20 on every Dh100 you spend on wide range of furniture & accessories

Pull & Bear: Up to 70  per cent off selected items

River Island: Buy 2-get-1 free on selected items

Roger Vivier: 50 per cent off selected items

Rose Poudre:

1) Free detoxifying treatment for scalp for every wash and blow-dry or wash and air dry service.
2) Mani / pedi service for only Dh130
3) Buy-1-get-1-free wash and blow-dry for only Dh200
4) All organic hair treatments only Dh120
5) Buy-1-get-1-free Goldwell hair treatment for only Dh300

Sacoor Brothers: Up to 70 per cent off

Salsa Jeans: 35-50 per centoff selected items

Sephora: Up to 40 per cent off selected items

Steve Madden: Spend Dh349 get Dh75 voucher, spend Dh99 get Dh100voucher, spend Dh499 get Dh150 voucher

Stradivarius: 30 to 50 per cent off selected items

Strass Haute Couture: 10  per cent discount on Readymade Abaya & 25 per cent discount on our Jalabeya collection

Sunglass Hut: Up to 50  per cent off selected items

Swarovski: Purchase from select collections and get 50% off on the 2nd item from that collection

The Toy Store: 15 per cent discount on all items

Thrifty Car Rental: 50 per cent discount on tariff rates

Tory Burch: 30 – 50 per centoff selected items

Tumi: 25 – 50 per cent off selected items

Urban Male Lounge: 15 per cent off all services and products

Victoria’s Secret: 50 per cent discount on selected lines

Villeroy & Boch: 25 – 75 per cent off selected items

Vision Express: Up to 70 per cent off selected items

West Elm: Save Dh20 on every Dh100 you spend on a wide range on modern furniture, home furnishings & decorations

Women’s Secret: Up to 50 per cent off selected items

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Africa’s favorite smartphone maker wants in on China’s hot new tech market

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Hong Kong (CNN Business)Chinese budget smartphone maker Transsion is already dominating Africa with its Tecno brand. Now it’s ready to raise its profile even more by joining China’s splashy new market for tech stocks.

An IPOcould push Transsion’s valuation above $4 billion. It would also take the company public on a market that got off to a stunningly positive start this week.
Analysts say it’s an early win for the Star Market, whichwants local investors to support Chinese tech companies, rather than lose those businesses to markets in Hong Kong or the United States.
    “China wants a rejuvenation of the nation through technology and innovation,” said Mark Huang, an analyst at Bright Smart Securities. “That’s why they launched the board.”
    He added that Star Market “surely hopes there could be a snowball effect” — but that it’s not yet certain whether bigger tech companies will jump on the bandwagon.
    “After all, the board is still in baby size and some rules are still at a trial stage,” Huang said.
    Transsion’s office in Shenzhen did not immediately respond to a request for comment from CNN Business.
    Transsion, which was founded by Chinese entrepreneur Zhu Zhaojiang in 2006, wants to raise at least 30 billion yuan ($436 million) to build smartphonefactoriesand research and development centers in Chongqing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, according to its prospectus.
    It plans to issue at least 80 million shares, though it hasn’t set exact terms yet. That would give the company a valuation of at least 30 billion yuan ($4.4 billion).
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    Transsion —which also makes, Itel and Infinix phones — doesn’t do business in China, despite being based there. In Africa, it describes itself as an African company.
    Itcontrols nearly half of the African market, according to IDC figures — putting it way ahead of rivals Samsung, Huawei and Apple (AAPL). Transsion also has nearly a 7% share of India’s market, making it the fourth-largest cellphone vendor there.
    In 2018, it sold 124 million cell phones worldwide, generating 22.65 billion yuan ($3.3 billion) in revenue.
    Public documents also spell out why Transsion says it has done so well in Africa. The company said in its prospectus that it has features that “highly suit our target market” — including phones that use nighttime photography settings that are designed for darker skin tones.
    Transsion Tecno: Africa's top smartphone brand could IPO on China's Star Market - CNN
    Transsion’s technology also includes heat protection for electronics and cellphones that have a large battery capacity. In Nigeria, South Africa and Ethiopia, for example, the government frequently shuts off electricity to conserve power, leaving people unable to charge their phones for hours. 
    Price is another advantage. Transsion sells phones without smart features foras little as $9. It sold nearly 60 million Itel phones at that price last year. It also sold more than 30 million Tecno phones at about $11 each.
    The company’s smartphones are more expensive, but still cheaper than its rivals. In 2018, Transsion sold 34 million phones for between $45 and $91.
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    There are challenges, though. The company admittedin its prospectus that other smartphone vendors, including India’s Lyf,are also sellinglow-priced devices.
    Rivals like Huawei, Xiaomi and Samsung are also pushing harder into Africa and India.
    Huawei, for example, has launched an e-commerce platform in South Africa through which it sells phones and other products. And Xiaomi has partnered with African e-commerce website Jumia to sell phones.
      “We face risks of losing our customers and market shares if we can’t maintain innovation … and increase investments in technological research and development, brand management, marketing, after-sale service and supply-chain management,” Transsion wrote in its prospectus.
      The company is responding to competition by pushing into new territories, including Bangladesh, Pakistan, Indonesia and Vietnam. It also started sellingdigital accessories and home appliances. And it is relying more on mobile internet services as a source of revenue.

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