Bayt launches online hub marketing professionals
Dubai, December 20, 2010
Bayt Communities has launched MarketingHub.me, an online community for marketing professionals in the Middle East.
The launch evening, held at the Knowledge Village in Dubai, was transformed into a life-size replica of the site.
The website provides marketers with interactive tools to help them evolve in their careers. Guests were given the opportunity to participate in live mock stations during the event, each station representing one of the core sections on the site, said a statement.
A unique and innovative “ThoughtLeader” section brings together the best and the brightest minds from the Middle East’s marketing arena to share their wisdom, personal experiences, and hot tips and advice on everything from latest innovations through to career choices.
The “My Community” feature allows members to network with other marketers on MarketingHub.me by sharing their thoughts, questions, and opinions.
Marketers can also visit the “News and Articles” section where they have access to free and valuable tips, guides, and news about the industry. To round off the complete experience, members can benchmark their achievements and knowledge using the “Career Assessment” section.
MarketingHub.me is the first of the Bayt Communities, a series of industry-based websites tailored to the region.
“Over the coming months, we can expect to see more communities roll out, including professional women, technology, and HR communities to name a few,” said Bayt Communities manager Roba Al-Assi.
“At its core, MarketingHub.me is about the sharing and discovery of what professionals learn, see, and experience daily in their professional lives,” said Al-Assi. “Our goal is to address the ever-changing intellectual and social needs of the region's marketers. We hope that MarketingHub.me does just that.” – TradeArabia News Service
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