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commsMEA.com is the new digital destination for Middle East & Africa Communications, and the home of ITP’s industry-leading comms publications on the web.

The site includes the very latest news, analysis and comment from our team of expert journalists; accurate and up-to-date industry data and contacts; and coming soon a whole host of exciting new business opportunities in the form of relevant tenders, project announcements, classified ads and industry jobs.

So whether you are looking to learn about room rates and industry statistics; peruse in-depth investigations and project updates; source relevant industry contacts or buy new equipment; commsMEA.com has the content and tailored digital tools for you.

Click here to download Media Pack

For more information contact:

Charline Fahed
Sales Manager, CommsMEA & CommsMEA.com
Direct: +971 4 444 3233
Email: charline.fahed[at]itp.com


Magazines

ITP also produces a range of hospitality-related print magazines. For media packs and further information on each title please see the following links:



George Hojeige
Sales Director, ITP Technology
Direct: +971 4 444 3203
GSM: +971 50 502 5532
Email: george.hojeige[at]itp.com
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