Anoushka—or “Noush” as she’s known—has practiced PR in London, New York and now, the UAE. Noush loves hospitality and tourism, and has extensive experience in retail, tech, and FMCG. She’s the powerhouse of PR and ensures the teams deliver results that make a real difference. Noush is also the agency’s in-house food critic. Want to know where to eat and what to expect? Noush knows.
Mark works across disciplines, leading integrated account teams to deliver stellar campaigns. Specialising in brand, Mark helps companies develop strong brand narratives to help drive brand love and increase brand preference. He has previously worked on brand campaigns for Nissan, du, and Starbucks.
Don’t ever play football against Tom—he’s an ex-pro turned comms specialist. The Kinger, as he’s known, spans social and digital, and likes to drive business development opportunities for the agency while heading up accounts that include Emirates Airlines, Dnata, Fujifilm, Qatar Airways, Dubai Government, and Under Armour.
Deepti loves social—and it shows. She’s run mind-blowing campaigns across a range of sectors for regional and global clients, including Miral, Mubadala, Majid Al Futtaim, Abu Dhabi Government, UNICEF, and USAID—scooping up numerous awards along the way. Deepti’s all about building engaging content online in order to excite and educate.
David leads the Creative Department at House of Comms and is responsible for concept creation, delivery, and execution. He is the mastermind behind creative projects for brands such as, L'Oréal Group, Nivea, Nestle (and all its sub brands), Mondelez Group (Oreo, Cadbury), Renault, Maserati, Dubai South, DIFC (Dubai), Meraas, Coca Cola Arena, Emaar, Dubai Properties Group, Sobha Real Estate, Citibank, and Danone (Aptamil & Bebelac).
Carl is probably the nicest guy in film. He’s knocked award-winning corporate films, animation, TVCs, and documentaries all out of the park. Clients—from Unilever, P&G, Coca Cola, National Geographic, and Discovery Channel to Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Emirates, Dubai Airports, and ADNOC—all trust Carl with their film requirements.
Katie has been responsible for devising communications strategies for some of the world’s biggest brands across both the UK and UAE, including Instagram, TikTok, Starbucks Middle East, Mercedes Benz, and Costa Coffee. She headed up the Dubai Tourism account for several years, developing communications campaigns to help build the emirate’s position as a global retail and gastronomic tourism hub.
Mahitab is a bilingual senior account director at House of Comms. Having grown up in the UAE, Mahitab is very familiar with the region. Over the years, she’s worked with clients in various sectors including Mercedes-Benz, DFRE, Jumeirah, Meraas, Neostrata, Accor, Gov Games, and many more, and has built strong relations with key media and influencers in the region.
Jennifer is an integrated account director who has led on accounts with global clout including Instagram, Uber, Starbucks, and Johnson & Johnson. Specialising in consumer-facing comms and known to work a story angle to the fullest, Jen will be the first to tell you that she’s the ‘longest standing member at House of Comms.’
A British national, Jenna is a PR and Communications specialist with 12 years’ experience across the UK and UAE. With nine years’ experience in the region, Jenna has worked both agency and client side, covering multiple industries such as Luxury, Hospitality, Lifestyle, and FMCG. Key brands include Fairmont, Jumeirah, Privilee, Four Seasons, The Macallan and CurrentBody.
Jacqui specialises in internal comms and has successfully led a number of internal comms programmes for both local and global companies. Jacqui has led on many ENOC projects during her time at House of Comms, forging close relationships with senior ENOC personnel and providing strategic client counsel.
With more than twelve years’ experience in delivering complex marketing & communications solutions across the GCC, Zahraa has worked in building the visibility, engagement, and awareness of global brands, events, and government clients across the region. Zahraa has led in devising and executing strategies for Abu Dhabi Tourism Authority, the Oman Tourism, Gov Games, Bentley Motors, FIJI Water, McLaren Automotive, Starwood Group, and Jumeirah Group, to name a few.
Shane has been enabling clients to enhance their digital footprint for the last decade across Ireland and the UAE. He has headed up and worked on numerous accounts across the region over the past six years which include ADNOC Group, Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, Majid Al Futtaim Holding, Emirates Airlines, and Emarat, among others.
Laura has more than eight years’ experience in the UAE running paid media campaigns across various digital channels. She previously worked at various global performance agencies as well as client side. Laura has led on paid media activities for Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi for the past two years.
Lucy, our social media director, works across a range of sectors and brands, including Marriott MEA, Abbott Healthcare, ADNOC, Special Olympics World Games Abu Dhabi, P&G, and Johnson & Johnson. “It’s all about listening—these insights are what really drives content that works. There is never a stupid question.”
Ozer's passion lies in strategy development and in creating and delivering impactful social media content that helps brands stand apart from their competition. He understands the need to craft content that maximises brand messaging across each social platform. Ozer has worked across various industries and with a wide range of prestigious brands including Hub71, Tourism Ireland, Willis Towers Watson, Rotana Hotels, DWTC, Jumeriah, and Select Group.
Harsh is Senior Art Director at House of Comms and is responsible for overseeing the creative design and execution of complex visual projects for branding, advertising, and marketing. His impressive portfolio of work and previous clients spans from KFC, Meta, Mubadala, Ministry of Tourism, DP World, and many more. Inspired by art, pop and subculture, tech and sociology, Harsh always has his finger on the pulse of what’s trending and what’s not.