Seven Media is the best award-winning PR and social media agency in Abu Dhabi, UAE that passionate about sharing your story with the GCC and beyond.
Winners of the 2017 and 2018 PRCA Middle East Best Large Consultancy Award, its hugely diverse team is comprised of former journalists and media professionals with a wealth of PR, social media and media experience – and modern-day story-tellers who are truly new-age digital natives.
This means Seven Media instinctively know what will make a story and how to tell it. Its in-house team of highly experienced videographers, animators and photographers bring these stories to life with strong and engaging multi-media content in English and Arabic.
Now in its eighth year of operation, Seven Media have gained widespread experience in highly creative media and PR relations for the region’s biggest events and institutions.
Its integrated campaigns combine traditional PR and media relations with vibrant social media and industry-leading multi-media production.
Seven Media now have expanded offices in the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Qatar, as well as offices in London and Singapore. Combined with a partnership with international agency Alison and Partners, Seven Media has a global scope and can spread the message to target audiences via the biggest names in regional and international media.
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