New accounts involve MBRGI, NAMA, and the Emirates Transport Driving Institute.
Social and digital engagement agency Socialeyez announced the addition of three new clients to its roster.
After a long partnership with Mohammed Bin Rashid Global Initiatives, under which the agency managed the social media accounts of the Arab Reading Challenge, Arab Hope Makers, and Madrasa, on top of creating content for key campaigns for Nation Brand and The Hope Mars Mission, Socialeyez has just signed a new account launched under His Highness’s Global Initiative. Work will commence immediately on the rollout of strategic content this month for the MBR Digital School. The Digital School was created primarily to empower refugees and underserved students. The initiative caters to young people irrespective of their social, economic, and educational backgrounds.
In addition, SOCIALEYEZ has worked on creating a strategy for NAMA (Nama Women Advancement Establishment) and as a result, secured an annual retainer to roll out its social media platforms. NAMA not only strengthens the agency’s experience within the Sharjah Government but, as a non-profit organization, also bolsters Socialeyez’s commitment to CSR, given the platform's aim to support female advancement in the region.
Lastly, having previously worked on campaigns for Emirates Transport, Socialeyez has now been awarded the annual retainer for the Emirates Transport Driving Institute, which will have the agency implementing a 360-degree communication & social media strategy, community management, content creation, campaigns, performance marketing, reporting, and analysis.
Tarek Esper, Managing Director of Socialeyez, said in a statement, “It’s been an incredibly busy quarter for us and with this wealth of new wins, we are looking forward to ending the year on a very strong note. Our hard work and diligence with existing clients have paid off and we’re delighted to have extended scopes, whilst also winning some excellent new accounts. We cannot wait to get started and really make our mark.”