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Alex Saber: Digital dreams

Alex Saber: Digital dreams

Alex Saber, who runs the regional operations of one of the world’s biggest media companies, says that despite a slew of recent contract wins, he is still conservative in his outlook for the future.

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Changing lanes
Double Olympic gold medallist and former British politician Sebastian Coe has become the face of world athletics during one of the its toughest eras. With his experience as chairman of leading sports media agency CSM, he talks candidly about corruption, doping allegations and the Gulf’s potential to become an international sporting destination.

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