Cicero & Bernay Public Relations (C&B) has been appointed as the communication partner for Azizi Developments, one of the leading private developers in the UAE. Through the implementation of an effective and integrated communication programme, C&B will enhance Azizi Developments’ standing in addition to generating relevant exposure for the brand by leveraging opportunities with media contributors and key stakeholders.
Tariq Al Sharabi, C&B Managing Director, commented: “Azizi Developments contributes to the growth of the UAE’s economy by fortifying the country’s reputation as a vibrant property and real estate hub for residents and investors. Building on our proven track record in the real estate sector, we are proud to have been chosen as the communication partners for yet another establishment that presents the UAE as an international hub for business, tourism and trade. Our focus will be on generating long-term interest in Azizi Developments by reinforcing the company’s narrative, and ensuring a strong foundation for the brand among their key stakeholders.”
Azizi Developments reflects the aspirations of a wide spectrum of lifestyle seekers by developing distinctive homes and communities that set a benchmark for the ambitious real estate industry through their use of contemporary design and unmatched customer service.
Seda Tutu, Deputy CEO of Sales and Marketing at Azizi Developments, said: “As we consolidate the real estate sector in the UAE, our need for a strategic communication partner becomes integral. C&B’s robust expertise in the sector and their results-driven strategies will be advantageous to our mission of raising awareness of our brand to investors and customers alike, and we look forward to further building upon our knowledge and experience in the sector with their support.”
C&B will also be implementing a comprehensive PR strategy to position Azizi Developments’ senior management as industry leaders via a tailor-made thought leadership campaign that will shed light on their knowledge of the real estate sector.