Abu Dhabi Media

The media sector in Abu Dhabi looks set for continued growth as ongoing efforts to attract major international companies to twofour54, the emirate’s dedicated media free zone, continue to bear fruit. Expansion efforts are underpinned by the rollout of the physical infrastructure required to support the sustainable growth of the sector, as well as the numerous initiatives in place to foster the emergence of a local talent base. Meanwhile, the international partnerships forged by media players in recent years will ensure that the aims outlined in the Abu Dhabi Plan to cement the emirate’s reputation as a prominent media hub in the region are met. Looking ahead, the continued migration of media away from print towards online resources has resulted in a corresponding shift in advertising revenue streams, and although the MENA region has historically lagged behind in this regard, the GGC is now looking forward to a significant growth in digital advertisement spend.

This chapter contains an interview with Maryam AlMheiri, CEO, twofour54.

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