Reputation House launches headquarters in Dubai

The launch highlights the deep-seated commitment to the MENA region

Reputation House has announced the official inauguration of its Middle East and North Africa (MENA) headquarters based in Dubai.

This marks a pivotal moment in the company’s expansion strategy. The launch highlights the deep-seated commitment to the MENA region.

The company launch also introduced ‘Check Reputation’, a revolutionary product designed to transform the landscape of online reputation management.

According to the company, by collecting millions of gigabytes of data from diverse online sources, ‘Check Reputation’ guarantees a thorough examination, leaving no crucial information overlooked.

Utilising an in-house AI service, the collected data undergoes careful analysis.

The results are then presented in a clear and accessible format, offering research insights. ‘Check Reputation’ also takes a proactive approach, crafting targeted strategies to enhance the online reputation of individuals and organisations.

Dima Raketa, CEO, Reputation House, said: “Our journey in the region is a testament to our dedication to empowering individuals and organizations to shape their digital narrative positively.

“Choosing Dubai as MENA base to leverage city’s advanced digital infrastructure.”

 “Revolutionary product ‘Check Reputation’ allows access to gathered data about the object, making reputation management easier for the audience.

“Online reputation stands as the most critical aspect, where a brand’s exceptional products may go unnoticed, and the virtual image can diverge from reality.

“Reputation, rather than being elusive or beyond control, serves as a canvas for individuals and entities to vividly showcase what they bring to the table.”

Reputation House’s suite of products include ORM, search engine reputation management (SERM), and the Reputation House app, with the goal of empowering clients to take control of their online narrative.

Looking ahead, Reputation House announced its next strategic move – an expansion into Saudi Arabia in 2024.

This decision aligns with the company’s strategy to cater to the growing demand for reputation management services in the region.

“In the digital era, everyone possesses the ability to mold their online presence, bridging the gap between the real and virtual realms.

“At Reputation House, we believe in demystifying reputation and empowering clients to authentically shape their digital narrative.” added Raketa.