Regional CPI publisher moves to Jordan
Corporate Publishing International (CPI), a regional publisher of technology and finance magazines, has announced that it has established a regional operation based in Jordan.
The news of the company’s new representative office follows a meeting between CPI President Dominic De Souza and Jordanian Minister of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Fawaz Hatem Zu’bi, at which moves to strengthen the Jordanian ICT publishing sector were discussed.
CPI’s initial presence in Jordan was established through an agreement between the Dubai-based publisher and local partner Scenarios, a Jordanian media organization. CPI is also the regional partner of international IT publisher IDG. Headquartered in Dubai, CPI also has offices in the UK and the USA.
CPI’s publishes four business-to-business titles for the Information Technology (IT) market: Computer News Middle East, Reseller World Middle East, Network World Middle East and Akhbar Al Computer. It also publishes Banker Middle East for the financial sector. — (menareport.com)
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