Online Shopping Adoption Among Women in Saudi Arabia

@inproceedings{Nowf2009OnlineSA,
  title={Online Shopping Adoption Among Women in Saudi Arabia},
  author={Mansour Jalal Nowf},
  year={2009}
}
Online shopping gives the flexibility and the easy to access anytime and anywhere without need to visit stores physically. Women do not allow driving car in Saudi Arabia. It is difficult for women to go out to buy essential commodities during their husband or (the father of the family) is working or busy. In this project paper I will focus on the women’s who find difficulty to shop by traditional way. 

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