Indian start-ups, real estate enterprises, food and agriculture exporters, art & culture, tourism, and tech brands will benefit from the alliance between the two media behemoths
NEW DELHI: Digpu News Network, India’s top PR and news distribution organization, has partnered with Khaleej Times, a UAE-based media group, to continue showcasing and motivating excellent Indian talent around the world.
Digpu News Network, as a result of this partnership, is licensed to post news content, business-related news, corporate press releases, and individual achievements on Khaleej Times and its group publishers, including City Times, Buzz On, Inspired Living, and Young Times, for a three-year period.
Given that European firms are reportedly taking advantage of finance opportunities in West Asian countries such as the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, and Iran, it is a chance for Indian start-ups to present and pitch their innovative business ideas, products, and services to all of these countries.
Indian start-ups would be able to publish their brand stories on Khaleej Times and its other group news platforms through Digpu and its associated PR agencies.
India exports a lot of food and agricultural products to the United Arab Emirates and other West Asian countries. In fact, the UAE is India’s second-largest export destination for agricultural commodities. India’s agricultural and food product exports to the UAE totalled $1,926 million in 2020-21, and they surpassed $1,865 million in the first three quarters of 2021-22.
The new alliance between Digpu News Network and Khaleej Times aims to boost Indian food and agriculture exports by 25 per cent. This would be accomplished by enhancing their brand’s reputation and visibility in the UAE and other West Asian countries.
Digpu News Network aims to meet with APEDA (Agricultural and Processed Food Products Export Development Authority) soon to share its business and promotion ideas. “APEDA is an apex organization under the Ministry of Commerce and Industry that is responsible for promoting and developing the export of various agricultural products,” stated Kunwar Devender Singh, Founder of Digpu News Network.
In 2018, Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, recorded the greatest value of foreign tourist receipts, totalling more than US$21 billion. This graphic depicts the prospects in the UAE for Indian art and craft, textiles, readymade clothing, gems and jewellery, food and agriculture, toys and allied items, tech services, and other industries.
Digpu’s partnership with Khaleej Times will assist Indian entrepreneurs in establishing business partnerships and exploring new opportunities in West Asian nations such as the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Oman, Qatar, and Iran.
Pertinently, The Khaleej Times is the UAE’s most widely read and longest-running English daily newspaper, having been established in 1978. “With our continued efforts, we want to grow Indian exports to the UAE market by 20-25 per cent in the next year. In addition to content distribution, we will work on numerous media projects for qualifying entrepreneurs around the world,” Singh explained.
Digpu News Network has already launched hundreds of regional news networks in India and overseas by promoting their in-depth journalistic work on the websites of its affiliated news partners.
Similar partnerships had previously been inked with Hindustan Times, News18, Live Mint, Money Control, Forbes India, First Post, Desi Martini, Vigor Column, Trendy Bash, IPR, and other Indian mainstream media outlets. Visit https://network.digpu.com for additional details on the news network.