Directory of London goes Live!

Sep 12, 2016 · Finally, a dedicated portal for millions of London based consumers and businesses

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1st Citizen today announced the launch of Directory of London, a London centric community-led local information, search and e-commerce portal for London.

Directory of London is the first product from 1st Citizen founder Fraz Wahlah, and is aimed at helping millions of Londoners and tourists find, review and interact with local businesses and attractions in London with ease.

Instead of indexing the Web, then searching the index for clues for right answers, Directory of London just comes right out and asks Londoners and tourists for reviews on a great lawyer, restaurant or plumber, and provides updates on the latest and greatest business openings & other happenings in and around London.

Not only that, Directory of London empowers Londoners to reserve a table at their favourite restaurant, book and pay for an appointment with a plumber, lawyer or dentist, and benefit from great local deals and promotions.

Additionally, business owners can sign up for a free business account to showcase their businesses and interact with customers, and with a premium account they can sell online, accept online reviews, bookings and payments and offer deals and promotions - something that was cost prohibitive for millions of local businesses before.

As an all in one portal built exclusively for London, Directory of London empowers London based businesses and consumers to connect to buy, sell and recommend all in one place without the businesses having to worry about maintaining expensive marketing, website and booking systems.

"London is a global city of immense prosperity and power. Being home to over 8 Million Londoners and a magnet for 31 Million tourists London deserved its own locally branded business portal, said Fraz Wahlah, founder and CEO of 1st Citizen. "Directory of London aims at being the business portal of choice Londoners and tourists empowering them to find, review and interact with local businesses and attractions in London with ease."

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