Al Waha Magazine

Office Location:

Muscat Clearing Bldg., 3rd Floor, Ruwi, CBD Area

Postal Address:

PO Box 3359, Ruwi 112, Sultanate of Oman

Tel +968 24816308
Fax +968 24816308
Web www.aptcoman.com
Company Profile

Established 12 years ago, Al Waha Magazine has been at the forefront of providing socio-economic, leisure and tourism information to the Sultanate of Oman. A monthly in Arabic, this glossy tittle covers a variety of topics, trends and issues in the country. With a penchant for covering local and social issues, personalities, projects and special reports, Al Waha depicts the face of Oman’s present and future. Al Waha one of the famous magazine in Oman. Its not only in Oman, its also in Gulf Countries and Lebanon. We will be soon in Egypt.

Correspondents from Dubai, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and Saudi Arabia contribute on 0man’s relations within the Middle East. Columnists like Ali Al Jabri, Ali Al Matani, Salim Al Habsi and others are rich with opinions on a wide range of topics and cater to regular readers.

Al Waha magazine has a wide readership with avid readers above the age of 14. Young educated adults, senior businessmen and government officials make up a broad spectrum of readers. Lifestyle and women issues contribute to attracting a prominent audience.

The magazine has a print run of 7000 copies is being circulated all across Oman. The publication is also available and sold at newsstands, bookshops and petrol stations. A website (website address) provides coverage for online visitors.

Al Waha magazine is part of the APTC group. In the future we publishing others magazines. We just start Al Masarif magazine, its covering activities of all banks and we publishing also Basmeti magazine, its about Omani peoples who doing small business. We also publishing a english magazine, its name is Reporter.

Clients

Government bodies, Businessmen and Individuals.

About APTC Design

We are a creative advertising agency which is specialized in producing media solutions (Print, Electronic and Web).We are group of creative and active people who care to serve the best quality at modest costs. We like building powerful ideas. These related fields of media are combined to serve the perfect quality of work that we are looking for.

Over time, we have built a trusted clientele that includes the Ministry of Heritage, Al Diwan, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Commerce, Muscat Securities Market, Al Tawasul, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Regional Municipalities, Muscat Learning Strategic, Transform Training Center and others.

Media Details1
Print Media
Publication TypePublication NameFrequency/DateCategoryLanguageWebsite
Fortnightly Rawad Al Amal 15th and 30th News ArabicShare
Monthly Al Waha 1st of every month Lifestyle/Luxury ArabicSharehttp://www.alwaha–mag.com
KEY PERSONNEL
Salim Ali Al Touqi

CEO

Hamoud Ali Al Touqi

Editor in Chief

Lubna Masood Al Kindi

General Manager

Safenaz Damasy

Marketing Manager

Nawal Al Hajri

Journalist

Naseer Al Hashmi

Manager of Design Department

Al Waha Magazine

Office Location:

Muscat Clearing Bldg., 3rd Floor, Ruwi, CBD Area

Postal Address:

PO Box 3359, Ruwi 112, Sultanate of Oman

Tel +968 24816308
Fax +968 24816308
Web www.aptcoman.com
Company Profile

Established 12 years ago, Al Waha Magazine has been at the forefront of providing socio-economic, leisure and tourism information to the Sultanate of Oman. A monthly in Arabic, this glossy tittle covers a variety of topics, trends and issues in the country. With a penchant for covering local and social issues, personalities, projects and special reports, Al Waha depicts the face of Oman’s present and future. Al Waha one of the famous magazine in Oman. Its not only in Oman, its also in Gulf Countries and Lebanon. We will be soon in Egypt.

Correspondents from Dubai, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Yemen and Saudi Arabia contribute on 0man’s relations within the Middle East. Columnists like Ali Al Jabri, Ali Al Matani, Salim Al Habsi and others are rich with opinions on a wide range of topics and cater to regular readers.

Al Waha magazine has a wide readership with avid readers above the age of 14. Young educated adults, senior businessmen and government officials make up a broad spectrum of readers. Lifestyle and women issues contribute to attracting a prominent audience.

The magazine has a print run of 7000 copies is being circulated all across Oman. The publication is also available and sold at newsstands, bookshops and petrol stations. A website (website address) provides coverage for online visitors.

Al Waha magazine is part of the APTC group. In the future we publishing others magazines. We just start Al Masarif magazine, its covering activities of all banks and we publishing also Basmeti magazine, its about Omani peoples who doing small business. We also publishing a english magazine, its name is Reporter.

Clients

Government bodies, Businessmen and Individuals.

About APTC Design

We are a creative advertising agency which is specialized in producing media solutions (Print, Electronic and Web).We are group of creative and active people who care to serve the best quality at modest costs. We like building powerful ideas. These related fields of media are combined to serve the perfect quality of work that we are looking for.

Over time, we have built a trusted clientele that includes the Ministry of Heritage, Al Diwan, Ministry of Agriculture, Ministry of Commerce, Muscat Securities Market, Al Tawasul, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Tourism, Ministry of Regional Municipalities, Muscat Learning Strategic, Transform Training Center and others.

Media Details1
Print Media
Publication TypePublication NameFrequency/DateCategoryLanguageWebsite
Fortnightly Rawad Al Amal 15th and 30th News ArabicShare
Monthly Al Waha 1st of every month Lifestyle/Luxury ArabicSharehttp://www.alwaha–mag.com
KEY PERSONNEL
Salim Ali Al Touqi

CEO

Hamoud Ali Al Touqi

Editor in Chief

Lubna Masood Al Kindi

General Manager

Safenaz Damasy

Marketing Manager

Nawal Al Hajri

Journalist

Naseer Al Hashmi

Manager of Design Department