We make marketing in the Arab-world more effective by helping brands understand their audience better.
Sila (‘connection’ in Arabic) is our AI platform solution. Our expert team of data scientists and communication strategists, analyse real time, mega-data in dialects, giving you the most comprehensive consumer understanding.
Is connecting to Arabic audiences holding back marketing efficiency? D/A and Sila can help:
We go beyond demographics and purchase behaviour, with access to billions of ambient data points, we can understand what is important to consumers in real-time and what macro and micro trends they are reacting to.
We’re Arabic language specialists. Sentiment and behavioural pattern identification, in dialects, gives marketers the power of predictive modelling to ensure brands stay ahead of the consumption curves and remain relevant and purposeful.
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D/A's second DEconstructed webinar: "Travel in the GCC" shed light on a new wave of regional travelers and their new world context. The focus was to look at the macro-level environment changes and how that translates into new trends, combined with an approach to microdata on a travel consumer level. This strategic approach to data analysis provided a path for attendees to start thinking about what the travel market return to 'normal' might look like for consumers and how to identify and connect with new 'travel tribes' emerging in what will become an even more competitive and hard-to convert category.
This article is the second in our series on social performance. It leads on from our last article,YouTube losing the viewership battle in the GCC. In that article, we looked at the clear effect...
Register now to secure your seat for the third of the 'DEconstructed' webinar series; Food in the GCC. This series is FREE for a limited time and gives marketing specialists across FMCG, Travel,...
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