Iris Media” Secures a Leading Position Among the Top UAE Based News Companies

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Abu Dhabi, UAE: A recent study conducted by the “Best startup Asia” website revealed that Iris Media Press Services ranks 40 among the leading 66 news companies in the United Arab Emirates in 2021.

The selected news companies were ranked on the basis of adopting a variety of approaches that contribute to the innovation of the News industry and reflecting exceptional credibility that makes them worthy of being followed. The website selected companies of various sizes; from cutting edge startups to established brands including, Nabd – Arabic News Aggregator, The National Newspaper, Al Arabiya News, Gulf News, ITP.net, Dubai Media Sky News Arabia, and Thomson Reuters, based on delivering exceptional performance in one of the following categories: Innovative Ideas, Innovative Route to Market, Innovative Product, Growth, Exceptional Growth, Exceptional Growth Strategy, Management, and Social Impact. 

On this occasion, Dr. Jamal Al Majaida, Founder and Managing Director of Iris Media Press Services, said, “We are pleased that our company secured this position among the leading news companies in the UAE. This selection sheds light on our company’s distinguished services based on credibility, transparency, and delivering the right message at the right time”. 

“In Iris Media company, we are keen to provide a variety of services and top-notch products that exceed our clients’ expectations most of the time. We look forward to continuing achieving excellence and distinction in Media service while highlighting the bright image of the UAE in its development journey within the next fifty years. In a way that goes in line with the wise leaders’ vision and aspirations for the national media’s role in supporting the development efforts to reach the highest levels of distinction. So that the UAE always remains a role model to the leading countries in laying the foundations of a future that provides its residents with all the elements of development and welfare”, he concluded.