Meet the new online chat partner for the Arab world

Meet the new online chat partner for the Arab world

An online chat service, 1300contacts, has announced it is partnering with a company called 1800flowers to create a platform for business conversations with people in the Middle East.

1300flowers, a platform that connects people from the Arab World, is a small business founded in 2011 that was acquired by a number of Arab startups.

1300Flowers was launched in 2015 with a goal of connecting businesses and individuals in the Arab and Muslim world.

The company currently has about 150,000 users and aims to reach 10 million by 2020.

1300contents founder and CEO Abed Al-Zaidi said the new partnership with 1800flows was a natural fit, as the company was not able to reach its goal of 10 million users.

“With 1300flows we have a unique opportunity to connect people in a global context with people from all over the world.

We believe that the global reach of 1300flow is a fundamental value,” Al-zaidi told Business Insider.

Al-sayed said that 1300Flows was able to attract a wide variety of individuals from all around the world with its services.

“It is very exciting to work with such a company and we are very grateful for the support we received from all of you,” he said.

“You have been a valuable part of 1300Floves success story.”

The company also says it will offer an exclusive subscription service that will enable customers to connect with people around the globe through a virtual chatroom and chat rooms, including a number that have been created specifically for Arabic-speaking customers.

The new services will come with an introductory membership that will cost $9.99 a month.

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