Al Ahli Holding Group
Al Ahli Holding Group is a multi-diversified international conglomerate with over four decades of successfully dealing with business activities ranging from real estate to turnkey construction, engineering and infrastructure, retail and trading, technology and logistics, lifestyle and fitness, entertainment, hospitality and innovative developments.
With great passion and a very active portfolio in the entertainment industry, AAHG operates innovative and ground-breaking projects in the UAE.
Amongst its portfolio, AAHG owns Dubai Outlet Mall, which is the first outlet mall concept in the Middle East; constructed major landmarks in the Eastern region of UAE; holds the exclusive largest franchise rights to US-based Gold’s Gym International in the Middle East and Africa; established Al Ahli Plastics, one of Middle East’s largest plastic manufacturing companies; holds licenses to publish Marvel, Warner Bros., DC Comics and Sanrio comics and activity books; recently opened Comicave, the world’s largest comic and superhero collectibles destination store at Dubai Outlet Mall; launched Singapore-based companies with Comicave Studios, manufacturer of high-end collectibles and toys and Universal Events, to host and organize comic and pop-culture based events and conventions.
The company recently acquired the Audience, one of the world’s largest publishers of multi-channel social and digital content to create new direct-to-consumer media services.
In addition AAHG has also launched 117 Live, an events company dedicated to hosting international live events and offering events-based ancillary services.
The company announced to build a Fox-branded theme park and resort in Dubai and has strategic alliances with Fox Studios, Marvel-Disney, Sony Pictures Warner Bros and other leading Hollywood studios across its multi-entertainment based platforms. With around 9,000 employees, AAHG is headquartered in the UAE, with representative offices across 20 countries globally.
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