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Creative Sauce Office Interior 02
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Welcome to Creative Sauce, purveyors of innovative and top quality design and advertising goods since the last century.

Creative Sauce is a creative and enthusiastic design and marketing agency, based in Dubai Internet City since 2000, which believes in clear strategic thinking and great design to deliver marketing messages with impact.
Creative Sauce works on some colossal international brands but has kept fairly compact because that's the way Creative Sauce  and its loyal clients like it.
It's better for creativity, a faster turn-around, reduced administration and red tape, but mainly because Creative Sauce enjoys personal relationships. 
Creative Sauce has an impressive list of brands that have stuck with it over the years - many since the day the company started. They say it's because Creative Sauce thinks clearly, designs with brilliance and achieves the desired business results for them. But don't take Creative Sauce’s word for it, please dive into the company website and check out some of the work for yourself.
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Creative Sauce FZ LLC Office # G02, Ground Floor, Building # 9, Canon Building, Sheikh Zayed Road Dubai Internet City, Next to Microsoft Building PO Box: 500055 Dubai GRL: 419085 Fax: +971 4 391 1294

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Uploaded: 19/02/2014
Updated: 28/03/2014
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