Following the outbreak of Covid-19, Dubai International Content Market (DICM) re-opens its doors with a new and improved structure that will allow the media and entertainment industry to reconnect face to face and will provide a platform for attendees to meet, connect and network. The event will be physically held at the Jumeirah Beach Hotel Conference Centre on November 24-25, 2021.
This year’s version will feature over 55 companies exhibiting from more than 20 countries, including Roskino (Russia), NIPA (South Korea), ICEX (Spain), ICC (Turkey), ISee Media (UAE), Caracol (Colombia), Star TV (India), and National Film Board (Canada), among others, as well as regional producers with vast genres to offer.
Since the organizers have seen an increase in the demand for new types of content, Dubai International Content Market aims to bring attendees closer to what they are looking for by welcoming the industry professionals and lending them an interactive platform that helps them to reconnect and establish their businesses taking in consideration the highest measurement of safety.
DICM will also provide a dedicated marketplace for buying, selling, networking, financing and distributing entertainment content across all platform and categories, including TV, film and digital, thus making it the perfect hub to expand the field of media purchasing as the organizers will assist interested buyers and sellers to pre book their meetings before the opening of the event.
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank our supportive key stakeholders, sponsors and exhibitors who made DICM a huge success. We are certain that we will be a great help in developing regional businesses and connect you with the world as we provide you with a media celebration in the middle of Dubai, a leading business hub,” commented Anas Al Madani, Vice-Chairman and Group CEO at INDEX Holding.