New Managing Editor at Entrepreneur ME

Entrepreneur Middle East has appointed Tamara Pupic to the role of Managing Editor. Previously Editor of Arabian Business StartUp, part of ITP Media Group, Tamara reported on the developments across the MENA startup and SME industry. Prior to starting her career in journalism in 2012, she worked in the international trade policy development field with more focus on the World Trade Organisation law. She is also the founding President of Club Alpbach Belgrade, part of the European Forum Alpbach, a Vienna-based organisation fostering interdisciplinary dialog in education, business and politics. In the UAE, Tamara has also helped establish United World College, UAE National Committee, the regional branch of the London-headquartered organisation of 17 international colleges. In her new role, she will join the editorial team and work with the Editor-in-Chief, Aby Sam Thomas on Entrepreneur Middle East’s editorial content across its digital and print channels.

“As Managing Editor, Tamara will be working with me and my team at Entrepreneur Middle East to develop editorial content and further our presence across our print, web and social channels,” says Aby Sam Thomas, Editor-in-Chief, Entrepreneur Middle East. “Tamara comes to us with a wealth of experience in the MENA entrepreneurial ecosystem and I look forward to having her fresh ideas to help continue to differentiate the Entrepreneur Middle East brand and its mission.”

Entrepreneur Middle East welcomes new Editor-in-Chief

Aby Sam Thomas has been appointed as Editor-in-Chief at Entrepreneur Middle East, part of BNC Publishing. Previously Managing Editor for the publication, Aby will now be responsible for both Entrepreneuer ME and Entrepreneur Qatar. As Editor-in-Chief, he will oversee all of the content for both titles including online and offline, as well as strategy and brand development across the MENA region.

“It is an honour to be appointed as Entrepreneur Middle East‘s Editor-in-Chief, I am really excited to take the brand forward and continue to contribute to the entrepreneurial ecosystem of the Middle East and North Africa,” says Aby. “With respect to my new role, I will endeavour to keep the momentum that Fida Chaaban and I, together with our valued team members, generated for Entrepreneur in MENA. I’m also pleased to confirm that Fida will still be contributing to the publication and website and will remain a key member of the Entrepreneur MENA family”