Corporate communications firm Emperor opens office in Dubai

Neil Reynolds, Emperor's International Director has relocated to Dubai in order to service Emperor's existing clients in the GCC and spearhead Emperor's growth in the region.
United Kingdom-based Emperor, a specialist in corporate communications as well as brand and digital design, has opened a new office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

The opening of Emperor's first UAE office is part of the company's sweeping international expansion on the heels of a new Emperor partnership struck last year in Moscow.

"We continue to pitch for, and win, significant corporate communications projects in the Middle East,"   Emperor founder and Chief Executive Officer Steve Kemp said. "Investing in a locally based office provides a great opportunity to partner with local companies and to develop long-term, mutually rewarding relationships in the region."

Emperor's international director, Neil Reynolds, is now based at the Dubai office.

"We're very much looking forward to being on the ground in the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) in order to help service our important existing clients," Reynolds said. "In terms of growth, we're targeting listed, state-owned and private companies in the region, including family offices. We have 20 years of outstanding experience in offering investor relations and IPO-related design services to companies involved with the capital markets, with particular sector expertise in real estate, financial services, natural resources and tourism. Sharing our knowledge and advice with prospective clients and partners will be a key focus."