Baaz, the first Arab social media platform, announced its official launch in the Egyptian market, the company said on Wednesday.
In a press statement, the company explained that Baaz aims to foster a welcoming environment that encourages individuals to build connections and engage in meaningful, purposeful discussions, all while preserving the region’s diverse key cultural and societal values.
The Arab social media platform provides users with a wide range of innovative tools – which include audio rooms, live streams, and video calls – all in one platform.
Musab Sharayri, Chief Executive Officer at Baaz, Inc. stated: “Baaz is proud to be introducing the platform and its purpose to the ever-growing Egyptian community, especially at a time when we’re witnessing an undeniable growth and evolution within the market. We believe that Egyptians are community leaders at heart, which are the exact audience Baaz looks to invest in and empower by providing job opportunities to the Egyptian market, building on its vision, mission and brand values. Egypt is undoubtedly a key player, not only across the Middle East and North Africa, but on a global level as well.”
Sharayri added, “We are happy to share that in less than two years, Baaz has become a space for over three million users. While around 90% of Baaz’s communities are from the Middle East and North Africa, the platform promotes a diverse and welcoming environment, ensuring that it is a platform for everyone, regardless of age, gender, and background.”