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Lifestyle magazine ‘Urbane’ creates buzz with Urbane Rendezvous

02-September-2006
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Lifestyle magazine ‘Urbane’ creates buzz with Urbane Rendezvous

‘Urbane’, a premier people and lifestyle read from Oman, is out to create buzz around the magazine. The magazine recently held its first promotional event, Urbane Rendezvous, which was attended by who’s who of Muscat’s corporate world.

The content of Urbane is skewed towards local and international celebrity news, the latest in trends and fashion, premium cars, gadgets, exotic travel destinations, gourmet guide, health and beauty care, etc.

Sunil Mutreja, CEO, ADINC Media, which brings out Urbane, said, “We are proud to present the discerning readers in Oman a product that is world class both in terms of content and presentation. Urbane is a must read for those keen on following local and international personalities, the latest in lifestyle products, the best holiday locales, cuisine, grooming, health care, etc. Urbane also proves that we can provide the best in people and lifestyle coverage on our own home ground.”

Speaking about Urbane Rendezvous, Ashish Chaturvedi, Media and Publishing Manager, Urbane, said, “It was an evening we conceptualised based on the profile of Urbane magazine, which in itself is a niche offering in this market. With this exclusive occasion, we were reaching out to people with our magazine.”

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