Michael Spencer Lodge
Primedia appoints new GM in UAE
Manama, July 21, 2013
Primedia International, a leading media solutions company in the GCC, has appointed Michael Spencer Lodge as its general manager in the UAE.
Lodge is a media industry entrepreneur with over 14 years experience within fast-paced media environments.
He will be a great asset for Primedia International’s UAE operations with his extensive background in both print and digital, said CEO Mike Orlov.
“We are delighted to have Michael as part of Primedia International’s expanding network,” said Orlov.
“With his experience in print and digital, he will undoubtedly help lead the company’s ever-growing portfolio of media solutions to provide our customers with the best service to fit their requirements,” he added. - TradeArabia News Service
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