e-Motion is a digital content production company based in the United Arab Emirates.
e-Motion International leverages its European background to offer a unique blend of story-oriented project development, highly experienced personnel and cutting-edge technology to serve the production needs of all our clients in the Gulf region and beyond.
We adapt our production approach to the cultural specificities of the region, mixing our European sensitivities with the local culture to emerge with original and highly differentiating content.
We assist our clients from the conception stage through to every step of production, delivering the result on any and every format and platform. Beyond production, we specialize in developing the right concepts for clients, based on a careful and detailed analysis of their position, their communication needs and their target audience.
We also support the distribution and promotion of the contents, either physically or digitally, to the target audience.
Our strong emphasis on communication, our rigorous production workflow and our constant attention to detail guarantee our clients a smart and controlled result. High quality is our minimum standard and we constantly strive to suggest innovative solutions to our clients, both creatively and technically.
With a stable of regular clients who trust us year after year with their production needs, e-Motion International works tirelessly to grow its client base further and wider. No budget is too small, no project too ambitious. We thrive on constraints and we respond eagerly to challenges.
Let us tell your story. Let us bring you emotion.
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