Doing Business in Saudi Arabia Guide (Second Edition)
The Doing Business in Saudi Arabia Guide is an ideal introduction into the Saudi Arabian market, providing you with a basic knowledge of Saudi Arabia’s economic, social and political background, language and cultural references and importantly, potential business opportunities; how to approach them, how to conduct your initial market research, advice on entering the market, best practice, visa and travel information, product documentation, employment and risk management.
Produced by International Market Advisor (IMA) in association with UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and supported by Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) and the Middle East Association (MEA), the Doing Business in Saudi Arabia Guide opens with an introductory foreword from Sir John Jenkins KCMG LVO, British Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, a welcome from Chris Innes-Hopkins, the Director of Trade & Investment Saudi Arabia, a foreword from the Director General of the Middle East Association, Matthew Smith and a message and profile from Eng. Abdullatif Al-Othman, Governor of SAGIA.
The ‘Resources’ section provides a large list of contacts, useful links, together with trade show and event dates and details.
The Guide is sponsored by 8 industry specific Market Experts, all providing valuable services which will undoubtedly be required at some point in your venture. Market Experts include:
- Clyde & Co KSA
- Saudi Binladin Group
- Suttons Arabia
- Zain KSA
The Doing Business in Saudi Arabia Guide is the quintessential starting point for new exporters entering in to the Saudi Arabian market!
The Doing Business in Saudi Arabia Guide is available in three formats; the website, glossy hard-copy brochure and now the downloadable mobile device-friendly App! Please visit the website for more information on how the download the mobile App!
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Topics: Finance, Getting Started, Legislation & Regulation, Market Research, Operations, Product Development, Sales & Marketing, and Transport & Logistics