The Mobile Show has kicked off in Dubai. The two-day event brings some of the biggest names in the tech industry. The show addresses issues concerning mobile technology and aims to inform professionals in the Middle East about potential business growth through mobile technology. The event includes a free exhibition with over 45 exhibitors and a series of free seminars. The show also includes a number of pay-to-attend conferences targeted at all mobile industry players, including app developers, consumer brands, game developers, etc.
The Mobile Show, presented by Mobily, is set to take place in Dubai next week. The inaugural two-day event brings together the biggest names in mobile to debate issues and inform professionals in the Middle East about business growth potential through mobile.
Major General Khamis Matar Al Mazeina, Deputy Chief of Dubai Police, has said that the police will not monitor social networking websites, as this would be a violation of personal freedom. According to Al Mazeina, the UAE respects personal liberties and privacy, and no social networking accounts will be monitored unless there is a specific complaint. “We respect personal liberty and only step in when there is a complaint or a crime calling for our intervention, but we are not a control authority," said Al Mazeina.
Gulf Marketing Review, the leading resource for marketing in the region and a Mediaquest Corp. publication, will be hosting the GMR Marketing to Women Conference 2012 for the sixth consecutive year on May 28, 2012, at The Westin Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina, Dubai, UAE.
A fully fledged communications agency originally opened in London in 2010, Katch has announced the launch of its Dubai based office, its first location to open outside of the UK. With a 360° communications offering including PR, Marketing, Social Media, Design and Branding, as well as celebrity bookings and distribution services, Katch's key areas of focus lay in fashion, luxury and lifestyle.
Latitude Digital Marketing has expanded into the Middle East after partnering with regional independent design consultancy, North55.
The 20th Public Relations World Congress (PRWC) closed last week with the reading of the 'Dubai Declaration', a set of principles aimed at ensuring the highest ethical and professional standards among PR practitioners and fostering a culture of dialogue in the industry.
Harold Burson, a pioneer of modern Public Relations and the Founder Chairman of Burson-Marsteller, told delegates at the 20th Public Relations World Congress in Dubai that PR was no longer the "corporate step-child" it once was, and that the best years for the industry are yet to come.
The 20th Public Relations World Congress begins today in Dubai. The congress, which is being held for the first time in the Middle East, is being held under the patronage of His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum. The event will feature a line-up of over 35 speakers from around the world, who will share their views on challenges and opportunities in the public relations sector.
Beach Chameleon, Dubai's newest outdoor offering has been exclusively launched by Timeline Advertising Establishment, providing a unique marketing platform on the beaches of Dubai.