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DUBAI – Social media influencer Nuseir Yassin, more popularly known as Nas Daily on Facebook, is setting up shop in the UAE and is looking for a CEO in Dubai, as well as a specialist in the Philippines.
Yassin was recently in the UAE to launch the Youth YouTuber Program for the New Media Academy, the Middle East’s first digital academy, in partnership with Nas Company. The two-week YouTuber Programme covers what it takes to be a full-time content creator.
Yassin also posted two viral videos on travel to the UAE and the country’s recent space exploration programme to Mars.
This week, the Singapore-based Nas Company, in a post on LinkedIn, said it is creating Nas News based in Dubai and is looking for someone to head the division as CEO.
“We are expanding our content reach beyond just travel videos. We are expanding into news, and that’s where you come in. If you believe you have the know-how of social media and the know-how of building good companies, then we’d look to build Nas News for the Arabic world with you,” the company said in its post.
“We are looking for a charismatic person to help us kickstart unique news channel for the Arab world. We are looking to build a team of 10 in the UAE and the Middle East,” the company added.
The company is also looking for a localization specialist in the Philippines to help the company “produce compelling videos with messages that resonate with people”.
Nas Daily has 7.4 million followers on Facebook, with video content on travel and other issues. Nas Daily’s Yassin has been handpicked to be one of the guest instructors of the newly launched New Media Academy. ICA/Expat Media
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