Dubai, UAE: Dubai-based brand management company TGP has been recognised in this year’s Arabian Business 50 Most Admired Companies list. The company made the list – which celebrates the businesses leading the way in the Middle East – for its exceptional work across its core offerings: exhibitions, signage, events, interiors, graphics, and audio visual.
TGP’s commitment to the UAE government’s green and sustainable initiatives – which saw the company launch Clean Green, a venture that delivers recyclable signage for exhibitions – also contributed to its place on the list. Arabian Business highlighted TGP’s work with “some of the region’s leading players in almost every industry, from telecoms to real estate and government organisations,” and the company’s “ability to work to tight deadlines while delivering high-quality work.”
Established in 1995, TGP has custom delivered over 3,000 projects to prestigious companies across a range of industries, including Etihad, Emaar, Harvey Nichols, Ford, General Electric and Al Jalila Foundation. Today the company employs more than 200 people and operates over 100,000 sq ft of production facilities in its three locations across Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
Speaking of the recognition, TGP co-founder Omar Rahman said: “It is an honour to be recognised in the Arabian Business 50 Most Admired Companies list. We are particularly proud not just to be celebrated for the exceptional service we offer our clients but also for our commitment to green and sustainable business practices. Such recognition cements our place as the UAE’s leading design and production company and one of the most innovative businesses in the region.”
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ABOUT TGP: TGP is the UAE’s leading design and production company, specialising in exhibitions, events, signage, interiors, graphics, and audio visual. Over the past two decades TGP has worked with some of the world’s biggest names across various industry sectors – undertaking every project in line with its timeless ethos: that quality and professionalism should never be compromised.