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Company Digisay
Founded 2010
Founder Ahmed Abbas
Headquarters Cairo, Egypt
Other locations

Dubai, UAE
Casablanca, Morocco

Nairobi, Kenya
Area served Worldwide

Content Production
Content Distribution
Communication & PR

Research & Marketing Intelligence
Key people
Ahmed Abbas, CEO and Founder
Number of employees 50+
Number of channels 400+
Subscribers 20,000,000 +
Video claims 10,000,000 +
Video views 10,000,000,000+ views
Watch time 1,000,000,000,000+ mins
Key clients Amr Diab, Awakening Records, MobiNil, Oscar Series
Website www.digisay.com

Digisay Ltd. is one of the biggest YouTube Partners in the MENA region. It was established in the summer of 2010. It launched over 200 YouTube Channels with more than 3 billion views. It manages 7 YouTube Content Networks (MCNs); 6 of them in MENA and the 7th is in the UK. DigiSay is one of the first companies in Egypt to get the YouTube Certified badge.[1]

Ahmed Abbas

Template:Main Ahmed Abbas is an Egyptian digital media expert who is also the CEO and founder of DigiSay, one of the first digital media agencies to be part of the YouTube partnership program in the MENA region. He is also the CEO of Qsoft Holding, an Egyptian digital media production company, best known for creating the world-renowned political satire show Al Bernameg with Bassem Youssef, where he also acted at the project director of the show.[2]Template:Self-published inline

In March 2013, Abbas was a speaker in the launch of the YouTube Partnership Program in Egypt.[3]


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