Established in the region for close to 35 years, Motivate is the Gulfâ€™s leading publisher of magazines and books, with a developing presence in digital platforms, events and cinema. Having recently refreshed our brand and relocated to Dubai Media City, Motivate has a new vision and location to drive further growth and innovation. Our portfolio comprises more than 30 market-leading consumer and contract magazines â€“ most of which are independently audited; more than 300 books and a robust digital division delivering an online platform for our brands and those of our contract partners. Situated over two floors, our unique retail space in the sky, the Arabian Gallery (pictured), offers a vast showcase of Middle Eastern books, exclusive prints and photographs all available for purchase. With a staff of more than 200 experienced and dedicated professionals, we are committed to providing editorial excellence, driven by a corporate mission to develop integrated communication channels that entertain, inform and enrich.
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Launched in 1979, What’s On was the region’s first ever magazine and remains a market leader. The magazine for making the most of life in the UAE, What’s On is packed with insider info, expert opinion, news, reviews, competitions and much more. At the forefront of major events, from music to sport to food and more, What’s On is all you’ll ever need for life in the Emirates.
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Stylish, smart and sophisticated. Emirates Woman delivers highend fashion, on-trend beauty, luxury lifestyle, travel reports, as well as in-depth features looking at both global and local issues. Emirates Woman is committed to representing the many faces and nationalities of women in this region and celebrating the home-grown talents of its readers.
With a mix of local and internationally savvy glamour and style, cutting-edge reports and luxury lifestyle features, Emirates Woman connects with a wide demographic readership, bridging numerous cultural divides.
A passionate team of experts delivers the most up-todate news from the bridal world that is relevant to every bride â€“ whatever her background. From essential planning knowhow to bridal fashion and beauty specials, Emirates Bride is the best and only resource for brides in the region.
Emirates Bride is the essential magazine for brides in the UAE. A sister publication of Emirates Woman, the regionâ€™s leading womenâ€™s fashion and lifestyle magazine, Emirates Bride is dedicated to providing editorial excellence with the latest industry news, style inspiration and practical guidance. Catwalk bridal fashion and beauty is combined with real-life wedding profiles and expert planning advice to offer a stimulating selection of local and international content for brides both at home and abroad. Delivering fresh, in-depth and indispensable editorial within a stylish yet reader-friendly design, Emirates Bride has become a must-read for the modern bride.
The only magazine of its kind in the region, Emirates Woman Mini is your go-to guide for all luxury family living and parenting advice.
Emirates Woman Mini is the regionâ€™s most luxurious parenting and child lifestyle magazine. Presented within a premium editorial environment, the magazine covers fashion, travel, psychology, education, health, and wellness and provides an all-important directory of regional products and services. Showcasing premium brands alongside global trends and renowned expert advice, Emirates Woman Mini spans the parenting journey from pre-pregnancy through to adolescent childhood.
This world class publication provides inspirational ideas and cutting-edge concepts from the design capitals of the world.
identity is the regionâ€™s only magazine dedicated to contemporary design, interiors, architecture and property. Supported by a team of professional design writers and photographers located in the worldâ€™s major design capitals, identity is highly regarded and respected for its editorial integrity. It features inspirational insights into all aspects of design today from the latest kitchen trends to interviews with the designers of the moment. identity is the preferred source for those wanting an insiderâ€™s view. Magazines 19
With its unique editorial philosophy, superb glossy photography and coverage of royalty, A-list celebrities and the social elite, HELLO! reports from the nucleus of high society. Following on from the success of its parent title, HOLA!, Spain’s premier weekly, HELLO! continues to firmly adhere to a philosophy based on traditional family values – positivity, trust, respect and honesty… glamorously.
Celebrating celebrities and high society, HELLO! holds a mix of news articles and interviews, balanced by regionally driven fashion and event coverage. www.hellomagazine.com
HOLLYWOOD’S SHINING STARS AT THE 85TH ACADEMY AWARDS
The team behind Best Picture winner Argo: Grant Heslov, George Clooney and Ben Affleck
Daniel Day-Lewis and Meryl Streep
‘Help celebrate the movies that lift our spirits, broaden our minds and transport us to places we have never imagined’ – Michelle Obama
HELLO! ROUNDS UP THE HIGHS AND LOWS OF THE MOST GLAMOROUS NIGHT IN TINSELTOWN The winning quartet of Daniel Day-Lewis, Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway and Christoph Wa l t z ( r i g h t ) a f t e r J e n n i f e r dazzled the red carpet in Dior Couture (above) h e y c a m e , t h e y s a w, t h e y T conquered. The biggest names in Hollywood turned out for this
Theatre in LA, stopping to greet each other and show of f their glittering outfits. Singing sensation Adele won her first Academy Award and fellow Brit Daniel Day-Lewis scored a hat-trick, winning his third Best Actor accolade. Michelle Obama surprised viewers and attendees alike when she popped
up to present the Best Picture award at the end of Sunday night’s proceedings. America’s First Lady, 49, made history as she joined three-time Oscar winner Jack Nicholson via satellite from the White House to present the gong. It was the first time a president or First Lady had ever presented an Academy Award.
She shone in a custom-made sequined Naeem Khan dress accessorised with chandelier earrings and her hair pulled back in an elegant updo. The president and his wife were hosting the annual Governors’ Dinner that night, so ever-elegant Michelle was already red-carpet ready. She
year’s Oscars, taking home the film industry’s most-coveted awards in a night full of emotion and triumph. The red carpet buzzed with ner ves as the host of nominees made their way into the Dolby
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‘To me, a welcome home is one that with open yet intimate spaces, that is comfortable, and of course with a splash of colour!’
SHARING HER BESPOKE BOUTIQUE LIFESTYLE
NADINE KASSEM KHOURY OPENS THE DOORS TO HER CREATIVE DUBAI HOME
Filling her home with an array of colourful Middle Eastern finds, mother of young twin boys Nadine says, “The problem I have is that I love all the pieces at the boutique, and this love shows in my house, since I am tempted to have them all!” hen those ‘in the know’ advise others on W cool Middle Eastern haunts to shop for one-off nicknacks to decorate their home,
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When hello! arrives to Nadine’s home, also in Jumeirah close to the store, it’s apparent that this is a woman with a breathtaking wardrobe, not to mention shoe collection. During our shoot she swapped Manolo’s for Miu Mius effortlessly, after her softly spoken and heartfelt welcome into her home – feeding the team croissants and making the best coffee in town thanks to a brand new cappuccino maker. After an impressive start, hello! sat down with the mother-of-two to discover Nadine’s secrets to being so chic…
O’De Rose is home to a selection of rare and stylish finds from all over the region, how did you start the store? I am passionate about art and design and have always been an avid collector of Middle Eastern paintings and sculptures, a passion that grew with my travels over the years and was enriched during my time in New York, where I lived for some time. The O’De Rose concept was brought to life when I moved to Dubai in 2008 – to introduce a unique shopping experience to the city and engages the
senses of our customers that I prefer to call our ‘guests’. We offer an oasis away from the malls that with handmade and one-of-a-kind products focusing on Arabic heritage with a modern twist. Where and how do you source your product? Nothing is contrived. We do not sit and say, “Ok, today we are going to make an order”. We mainly source our products from our travels, and also from local and regional designers whose items fit with the concept of O’De Rose. I need to “fall in love” with the product before we put it in the store, or of course
my home. Every product in O’De Rose has a story, which I am very sensitive to. Do you have a favourite memory related to the store? I suppose it’s not necessarily a memory, more an accomplishment, but I am extremely proud of the fact that we have remained true to that spirit throughout all we do – from what we stock, to the designers we work with and the events we hold. Part of this is our mission to give back to the community.
invariably the words ‘O’De Rose’ crop up. Located on Al Wasl Road in the Jumeriah district of Dubai, O’De Rose is a standalone villa transformed into a unique, beautiful space and treasure trove of a store, proposing a mission to ‘give back to humanity by supporting disadvantaged artisans’ – acting as a marketplace for their products. From fashion to interiors to
lifestyle – it’s the kind of place one can get lost in for hours, simply admiring. It’s a concept devised by three cousins, namely Nadine Kassem Khoury, who has a passion and “love for design and art”, and moved from New York to Dubai, bringing her interests and experiences with her. Nadine was joined by Dania and Mimi from Beirut and London respectively – fusing their combined interests to create O’De Rose, and “looking at life through rose-tinted glasses”.
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flash of fake ID, some spurious claims about being a journalist from the NME or Melody Maker, and he would breeze past the notoriously stringent doormen. Venues like the Loft, Paradise Garage and Studio 54 became blueprints for every nightclub that followed them. In the early 1980s, Oakenfold visited them all – while still underage. Intoxicated by all Ibiza had to offer in the summer of 1987, Oakenfold returned home to the UK to lay the foundations of acid house and the second summer of love. In attempting to recreate the Balearic atmosphere of a place like Amnesia, his London club nights went on to change the course of club culture forever. In the constellation of the 1990s dance boom, he was arguably the most visible of all the superstar DJs – tour DJ for U2, the first DJ to play the main stage at Glastonbury, resident DJ at Liverpool superclub Cream. His career reads like the history of dance music. But Oakenfold is not one for trading on past glories. “I’m all about being in the present and looking towards the future,” he says, speaking at the LA office of his record label Perfecto. “I’m not one of those people who thinks about the past. I don’t sit there and reminisce, going: ‘Ah, man, I wish we were all using vinyl.’ Not at all. What’s the point in doing that? You move with change and you embrace it and you get on with it. And that’s the way it is now.”
usually the model. And you see that with the likes of Avicii and people like that.” At the turn of the millennium, Oakenfold turned his attention to America – touring the States extensively and playing the electronic festival circuit. He grew bored, he says, of the trance sound that was becoming popular in Europe, and took a step back from DJing. He moved to LA, where he has lived for the past decade, to concentrate on making music for movies – most notably 2001’s Swordfish. He ultimately started a residency in Las Vegas so he could “film in the week and then DJ at the weekend.” During his decade in the States, he’s seen dance music take off with the rise of what the Americans like to call ‘EDM’ – electronic dance music. “They’re finally embracing electronic music. That’s the big change: they’ve woken up and smelt the roses. It’s becoming mainstream in a big way, and that is going to be key to its development over here, to support and encourage the local acts. As yet, it’s been dominated by Europe, but we’ll see where it goes.” Oakenfold draws comparisons between the burgeoning dance cultures in the US and the UAE. Here, too, he envisages a rise in home-grown talent – DJs, producers and record labels – which will eventually support an underground scene to complement the more mainstream elements. How do they stand out from the crowd? Simple, he says: “Make better tunes. Bring something new to the table.”
“DJING WAS ORIGINALLY AN ART – AND THAT SIDE OF IT IS GONE. TECHNOLOGY HAS MADE IT SO EASY”
The change he’s referring to is all encompassing. Since Oakenfold began his musical career, spinning soul in a Covent Garden wine bar as a teenager, the equipment used to play and make music has changed almost beyond recognition. While technology has made many of his old skills obsolete, Oakenfold insists there are certain aspects that remain unchanged. “You lose the art of DJing,” he says. “DJing was originally an art – and that side of it is gone. But you’ve still got to move a crowd, you’ve still got to connect with them, you’ve still got to find the music, choose the music, play the music. You’ve got to take that into account. But the actual art of DJing is gone, because technology has made it so easy.” One of the side-effects of DJs being able to plug in and play, circumventing years of training their ears and perfecting beatmatching, is that they must now produce their own music to be successful. This is nothing new to Oakenfold, who is known as much for his work in the studio as for his DJ sets – having released two successful studio albums and produced artists as diverse as the Happy Mondays and Madonna. “Where electronic producers used to make music for other DJs, they aren’t making the money now, and they also want to be the DJ and want the fame that comes with it. They’re both. It’s not the DJs being producers; it’s the producers being DJs. That’s how it’s starting, now. That’s
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A comprehensive publishing service for government and private sector organisations.
Motivate offers a turn-key book publishing service to corporate organisations, from research and writing to the finished product â€“ all superbly printed and, if required, distributed in the retail market.
Motivate’s Arabian Gallery boasts a wide range of books, magazines and prints. It is the only specialised outlet in the Middle East that deals exclusively with Arabian-themed books. Motivate’s full range of authoritative books, dedicated to Arabian heritage, are all available for purchase both at the Arabian Gallery and at booksarabia.com, Motivate’s definitive online bookshop. A gallery of fine-art prints of Arabia by photographers including Sir Wilfred Thesiger, Ramesh Shukla, Patrick Lichfield and Yoshio Kawashima are offered for sale, together with a number of original paintings by artists famous for their Arabian work.
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Motivate actively promotes its magazines for sale on various online newsstands.
Motivate is a leader in the region in building digital edition platforms for its key titles. These editions provide a more interactive experience for the reader and allow the advertisers to utilize various platforms to engage with our readers. Motivate provides print support for each edition and highlights the exclusive digital features available in each issue.
Our database continues to grow, strengthened by Motivateâ€™s presence at the regionâ€™s premier events.
Motivate is committed to growing its digital portfolio and has developed a strong online presence.
Targeted communication can be delivered through our reader databases that are constantly growing. Databases can be combined or used individually to deliver messages to the desired target audience.
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The more than a thousand attendees include chefs, food connoisseurs, entrepreneurs and members of the hospitality industry.
What’s On magazine is the UAE’s ‘go to’ entertainment guide. As such the magazine holds annual awards ceremonies in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, celebrating the UAE’s hospitality, entertainment and leisure industry. What sets the awards apart are the hundreds of thousands of people who vote – the What’s On Awards are the people’s choice awards.
The ceremony attracts Dubai’s elite, awarding a range of inspirational women from across the UAE. Categories include Humanitarians, Visionaries and Achiever’s awards.
The Emirates Woman of the Year Awards is the region’s most prestigious, glamorous and inspiring annual event. The awards continue to honour and celebrate the achievements of women in the business, arts and culture, philanthropic and visionary fields in the UAE.
Rewarding excellence in business travel and hospitality.
The Business Traveller Middle East Awards, held every May to coincide with the Arabian Travel Market, is the most prestigious industry event for the travel industry in the region. Winners are selected by readers of the magazine and categories encompass hotels, airlines, car rental companies. Past celebrity presenters have included Gary Rhodes, Lord Patrick Lichfield, Anton Mosimann, Keith Floyd, Marco Pierre White, Kate Adie, Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou and Giorgio Locatelli.
The event is a must for all business leaders, attracting some of the most prestigious names and leading minds from the UAE.
Gulf Business is the regionâ€™s first and leading business magazine, endorsed by decision-makers, corporate leaders and high-ranking business and government executives. The Gulf Business Industry Awards covers a wide spectrum of economic sectors from energy to real estate.
The Dubai Lynx Awards continue to set the standard for creative achievement within the region.
Each year at the Dubai Lynx International Festival of Creativity, MENAâ€™s communications professionals and marketers come together to share inspiration, network and celebrate. With a consistently outstanding lineup of international speakers drawn from the very top of the industry, the festival features three days of seminars, master classes, networking opportunities and exhibitions. The event closes with the exclusive Dubai Lynx Awards ceremony attended by 1,800 guests, which honours the yearâ€™s best work in communications and advertising. Dubai Lynx is a joint venture between Motivate and Lions Festivals.
Our team provide regular update schedules and post event reports that encompass all elements of the production.
Motivate has a skilled team who manage third party events, working independently to our internal promotions and the Motivate branded events. We have the capability to run a wide range of events, from gala dinners and cocktail receptions to fashion shows, as well as consumer focused events such as in-stores, golf days and customised parties.
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Targeting a youthful, affluent and sophisticated audience with proven spending power who are technologysavvy, as well as brand and fashion conscious.
Multiple awards winner at various international advertising festivals, Motivate Val Morgan Cinema Advertising is a joint venture between Motivate and Val Morgan Cinema Advertising. Motivateâ€™s expertise and profile at the top end of the regional publishing industry along with Val Morganâ€™s experience and understanding of cinema advertising gives this venture a niche identity. Formed in 1999 to represent the on screen and off screen advertising interests of leading UAE cinema chains, Motivate Val Morgan now provides advertising opportunities in cinemas across the MENA region.
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