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Marketing and communications have provided a corporate niche for young Arab women to thrive in, said Dana Ammar, who manages regional marketing responsible for a multinational firm.Career-minded women in marketing and communications are finding increasingly welcoming corporate environments in the Middle East."Women have realized that this is an industry where they can work for years," Hospital said. Still, Arab women in media and communications fields lack the networks their male counterparts enjoy, Hospital said. As part of an effort to bolster relationships between Arab women in the industry, the MENA Cristal Festival hosted a women's lunch this week in Faraya.
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