Primedia digital revenues jump 40pc
Manama, May 29, 2013
Primedia International, a leading media solutions company headquartered in Bahrain, has recorded a year on year revenue increase of 40 percent from digital platforms.
Primedia International launched three new websites in the last quarter of 2012 and the first quarter of 2013. The revamp of the Gulfind.com, Yellowpages.qa and Yellowpages.bh websites helped the company to offer clients amazing opportunities to increase their brand visibility and to multiply their leads.
“Every business in the region now has multiple opportunities to maximise their digital marketing investments. And any company outside the region wanting to make an impression on the GCC market has the finest business tools available to them,” the company said.
“It has been a great six months for Primedia International. We are extremely enthusiastic as we move forward with the trends in technology while concentrating on a market where interactivity and flexibility are part of our media solutions portfolio,” said chief executive Mike Orlov. -TradeArabia News Service
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