Sarah Jones

Sarah Jones

Guest Writer
Founder and CEO, Sprii

About Sarah Jones

Sarah Jones founded Sprii at the start of 2014. Previously, she had a successful career in finance, spending four years at Deloitte in Mergers & Acquisitions advisory, first in London and then in Dubai. After two years in the Gulf, Jones left the finance world, recognizing the potential of the early-stage e-commerce market and the Sprii business model. Mini Exchange is today the online destination for everything mums and kids in
the Middle East, with over 800 brands and 40,000 products, all available at the click of a button.

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Growth Strategies

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Mobile Commerce

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Startup Financing

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Entrepreneurs

Putting The Right Elements For Mini Exchange: How I Developed My Own MENA E-commerce Portal

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