Syntax Digital targets non-profit organisations

Syntax Digital is aiming to capitalise on a gap in the market and provide design, media and digital solutions for global and regional non-governmental, non-profit and international organisations.

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By  Zoe Moleshead Published  April 4, 2001

Syntax Digital, a provider of integrated design and digital media solutions, is aiming to capitalise on a gap in the market and provide design, media and digital solutions for global and regional non-governmental, non-profit and international organisations. According to Syntax, this sector is underserved in terms of digital solutions, and as a result their online efforts suffer from fragmentation or inconsistency.

"Syntax is well positioned to serve clients in the non-profit and non-governmental sectors. We already serve a number of prominent organisations and have acquired a great deal of experience in this field," said Ahmad Humeid, CEO of Syntax Digital.

Syntax has previous experience in this market working with UNICEF, UNIFEM, UNDP, Red Cross, ProVirtus, Jemstone on web development, web applications, publishing consulting, design and branding services.

"What we bring to these organisations' media and informational efforts is a high degree of professionalism, well crafted creative solutions and an involvement in their subject matter. It is always exciting to work with organisations who tackle issues that directly touch people's lives and where information can have a direct impact," said Salua Qidan, co-founder of Syntax and the head of the project.

"We feel that our direct presence in different markets and our multicultural nature helps us provide our client, especially in the dot.org sector, with a unique understanding of today's complex media and information landscape," Qidan added.

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