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Dubai Vibes Magazine welcomes new sales and marketing manager Elaine ‘Bella’ Marbella

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Dubai Vibes Magazine, a good-reads magazine that features Dubai’s people, places, events, and dining destinations, has recently welcomed its new sales and marketing executive. 

Elaine ‘Bella’ Marbella, 21, was recently hired to push the sales of the Dubai-based magazine. 

A graduate of BA in Communication Research at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, her major strengths include professionally presenting information, reports, and recommendations involved in working closely with the clients and keeping hands-on with the projects. She is also involved in data analysis, proposal writing, and questionnaire design. 

For the past three years, Bella, who hails from Sta. Mesa, Manila, worked as an account executive for SquidPay Technology Inc. in Pasig City; customer service representative-bank teller at the Bank of the Philippine Islands; and order processor at Just Flower Inc by Garet and Talon in Mandaluyong. 

She also interned at the Social Weather Stations and PTV Erwin Tulfo Centre for Media and Public Services wherein she conducted field interviews for documentary segments, created daily insight news reports for the show, and developed transcript interviews into scripts. 

Dubai Vibes Magazine is one of the business ventures of the Filipino Institute.

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The Global Filipino Magazine is the only Filipino magazine in the UAE that prints on a monthly basis. Its goal is to champion the success of every global Filipino across the globe.

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