q.media launches its new logo 

q.media has launched its new logo signifying its switch over to international status after merging with the reputable French media firm JC DeCaux (JCD).

The launching ceremony took place at an impressive function at the Doha Sheraton Hotel under the patronage of H.E. the Minister of Municipal Affairs and Agriculture Sheikh Abdul Rahman bin Khalifa bin Abdul Aziz Al-Thani.
The logo consists of rings representing the different divisions of the company and an arrow directed towards the central point signifying the objectives aimed at.

The function was enlivened with a musical performance by the famous Lebanese Singer Fares Karam and a display of acrobatics by an Austrian team. A spectacular backdrop of laser beams added colour to the occasion.

Addressing the gathering the Chief Executive Officer of QMS, Mr. Saad Al-Muhannadi said that the change of the logo signifies the company’s vision for the future. The aim is to establish an international firm with broad perspectives. This has become possible by merging with J C Decaux which has an impressive presence in the whole world .Mr. Saad AL Muhannadi added that Qatar Media Services plans to set up offices in Morocco and North Africa on the strength of its worldwide experience. The logo comes as a symbol of this turning point in the company’s profile.

Mr. Al-Muhannadi said that QMS has several divisions such as the Outdoor division which offers to its clients several options for outdoor advertising with optimum media mileage. The Event Department has a repertoire of well planned cultural events.
“We have so far organized the cultural festivals in Qatar for four consecutive years. They are the Doha Cultural Festival, The Summer Wonders, the Eid-ul-Fitr Festival and the Eid-ul-Adha Festival. We are also in good interaction with the Qatar Centre for Artistic Innovations.

As the sole media representatives of the popular Al-Jazeera network, Qatar TV, Qatar Radio and Sout Al Khaleej, we are providing excellent media support for its various programs. We also represent several European media organizations,” he said.
“We are always keen to offer the best of our services to our clients.”

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