RBBi wins three accolades at the 2018 MENA Search Awards
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Posted: Wed September 26, 2018 6:31 pm

UAE. Red Blue Blur Ideas (RBBi), the first human centred digital solutions consultancy in the Middle East was honoured with three prestigious awards at the second edition of the 2018 MENA Search Awards.

The awards presented at the 2018 MENA Search Awards gala ceremony, recognised and celebrated the expertise, talent and achievements of the search industry in the Middle East & North Africa. Being shortlisted in 10 categories within 14 entries, RBBi has become the most shortlisted agency with their latest projects this year.

The consultancy honours in the 2018 MENA Search Awards include:
• Best Use of Search in the Finance sector for its campaign with Internaxx
• Best use of Search in the Travel/Leisure sector for its campaign with Jazeera and;
• Best small SEO Agency for their overall achievements to date

Commenting on the awards win, Caroline Dickin, CEO at RBBi stated, "We are honoured to be recognised by the MENA Search Awards for two years in a row. These awards reaffirm that we have the best strategists and practitioners as well as first-rate proprietary tools and technologies to provide a digital experience to our clients, which is not only aesthetically superior but is also sustainable and functional. Finding the right multilingual talent in a fast pace industry can be challenging, making it difficult to resource as we continue to expand in the region. At RBBi, we empower our staff with regular training and support of the senior management with the aim to provide an enjoyable work environment as well as growth opportunities for all our employees.”

Basma Abou Assaf, Head of SEO at RBBi commented, “This is a major milestone for RBBi and will motivate us to live up to our client expectations. To be recognised as the best small SEO Agency is undoubtedly a great feat. Our ambition is to approach every project from a user-focused perspective and not a search only basis. We understand life after click and, using our in-house UX capabilities empowered by the region’s first tech lab, we collaborate with all RBBi’s departments to transform our knowledge of the local market into powerful projects and campaigns for our clients.”
 
RBBi has experienced tremendous growth since inception in 2011 and has established itself as a trusted advisor and counsellor to many leading businesses in the UAE, the wider GCC and several global organisations.

RBBi is one of the first human centred digital solutions consultancies in the Middle East to be fully specialised in UX, Usability, CRO, Analytics, and Performance Marketing. With more than 50 staff, RBBi strives to continue investing in their team, driving performance for their current partners and expanding the reach within the MENA region.

To find out more about this growing, award-winning consultancy, visit http://rbbideas.com/

Photo Caption: RBBi 2018 MENA Search Awards

About RBBi:
RBBi (Red Blue Blur Ideas) is the Middle East's first truly human centred digital solutions consultancy committed to solving digital challenges for their clients. Since 2011, the team has been helping brands across the MENA region build their digital presence with their customers on every channel and every device.
RBBi's core services include: UX, Usability, SEO, Digital Strategy, CRO, Paid Media, Analytics.
RBBi’s industry experience covers: Government, Aviation, Finance, Retail, Healthcare, Travel/Leisure, Automotive, Hospitality and Real Estate. 

 

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