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Amina Al Rustamani
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Al Rustamani is CEO of TECOM Business Parks, part of Dubai Holding, and an umbrella organization that incorporates free zone clusters such as Dubai Media City and Dubai Internet City. Last week, TECOM hosted the first Talent Union Art Exhibition; all its proceeds will go to the Dubai Autism Center.
“Ever since its inception, TECOM has made a concrete effort to attract, retain and develop the brightest of the UAE national talent. We are delighted to see the proactive approach they have taken in launching this art exhibition which highlights TECOM’s commitment to both Emiratization and corporate social responsibility,” said Al Rustamani.
Al Rustamani is also a member of the UAE National Media Council. Prior to her current role, she was the executive director of Dubai Media City, Dubai Studio City and International Media Production Zone.
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