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Code D’azur expands and opens office in Dubai

The new office, led by Soraya Spahi as Managing Director, will be the agency's fourth international location.

Creative digital brand experience company, CODE D’AZUR announces the opening of a new office in Dubai, expanding its presence in the MENA-region. CODE D’AZUR specializes in building digital ecosystems and creating campaigns that help brands stand out from the crowd and fit into consumers’ lives. The new office in Dubai supports the agency’s international growth strategy and increasing demand from companies in the Middle East.

The Dubai office will be led by Soraya Spahi, of Syrian origin and American/French education, as the Managing Director. In recent years, Spahi has worked in creating, launching and managing the digital department at The Qode, Karla Otto and K2 Asia’s Middle East partners under The Independents Group. Together with an executive producer, Spahi will focus on managing ongoing projects, as well as adding value and regional relevant impact to CODE D’AZUR’S expanding presence in the region.

Nik Nieuwenhuijs, CEO of CODE D’AZUR says: “With the opening of the Dubai office, we are serving the growing demand for high-quality service design, digital solutions and local support. We are very happy with the arrival of Soraya. Her extensive expertise in design, marketing, branding and digital solutions, together with her knowledge of the local culture, fits well with our ambitions.”

Soraya Spahi

Soraya Spahi adds: “The Middle East is a dynamic region with a lot of potential in terms of digital and design. I look forward to working with the team, adding my regional expertise, to help MENA-based brands thrive with the innovative services and solutions that CODE D’AZUR has to offer.”

In addition to their Dubai office, CODE D’AZUR has offices in Amsterdam, Barcelona and Austin. The agency works for brands including ABN AMRO Bank, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Philips, Polestar, Red Bull, and telecom providers T-Mobile and Tele2.

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