MENA GLOBAL ALLIANCES
We arrived here from diverse backgrounds and with different life experiences. We have various educational backgrounds and a variety of beliefs. We operate in assorted roles in many areas. In the end, we’re all connected in our enterprise to see opportunity where others see insurmountable challenges. We bring powerful solutions and expertise to help you overcome challenges and create lasting shared values in the high risk / high growth economies of Developing Arabian markets.
WE ARE MAKING GREAT THINGS IN SAUDI ARABIA BY TRYING HARD THINGS WELL
Be part of Saudi Arabia`s socio-economic reforms, known as Vision 2030 and gain competetive edge with rich resources and strategical location
WHY SAUDI ARABIA ?
1- Saudi Arabia has the biggest market in Middle East and North Africa Region ( MENA ) ; a market that has a lot of long term businesses. The number of companies in Riyadh alone is almost 500,000 and growing. The Saudi economy is the 20th largest economy in the world. From an investor's point of view, the country's strong points are economic stability, the large local market with a high spending power (and a population of over 27 million), sound infrastructure and a well-regulated banking system. Is this reason enough?
2 - Saudi Arabia is the largest FOSSIL FUEL producer in the world. Fossil fuels are found in 96% of the items we use each day. Eventhough, alternative energy technologies are advancing to bring new energy sources to global economy, still half of the current fossil fuel production will be needed to produce things that we use everyday.
All plastic is made from petroleum and plastic is used almost everywhere: in cars, houses, toys, computers and clothing. Asphalt used in road construction is a petroleum product as is the synthetic rubber in the tires. Paraffin wax comes from petroleum, as do fertilizer, pesticides, herbicides, detergents, phonograph records, photographic film, furniture, packaging materials, surfboards, paints, and artificial fibers used in clothing, upholstery, and carpet backing.
With low labor cost, rich raw material for fossil oil and its strategical location just in the middle of the EU, Africa and growing Indian economies , Saudi Arabia`s major socio-economic reforms offer very strong foundation to global manufacturing industy and companies that want to advance their global presence in these major markets.
- Toilet Seats
- TV Cabinets
- Fan Belts
- Motor Oil
- Battery Cases
- Sound insulation
- Tennis Rackets
- Folding Doors
- Vitamin Capsules
3 - In terms of globalization, Arabian consumer is very open to new things. Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain, Kuveyt and Egypt have a combine populations of over 160m people, who are amongst the youngest and most digitally connected in the world, with relatively high GDPs per capita to support multi-billion dollar businesses. The tipping point for an economic region is 50m broadband subscribers – this is what is required to create critical mass. In Saudi Arabia and its surrending , we’ve surpassed that and are still growing at double digits.
4 - The digital clock is ticking. Its pace is exponential. The Internet has reached a scale and level of impact that no business, industry, or government can ignore, and its playground has shifted to emerging markets: almost 70% of Internet users are in emerging markets, compared to only 30% 10 years ago. Like any technological phenomenon, with its scale and speed the Internet presents huge opportunities, which Saudi consumers have been quick and enthusiastic to grasp.
5 - Finally, diversifying Saudi economy is vital for all its region sustainability. Although oil and gas are essential pillars of the Kingdom, Saudi Arabia has begun expanding its investments into additional sectors.This requires Saudi Arabia to invest in all its resources in order to diversify its economy, unleash the capabilities of its promising economic sectors and privatize some government services. Therefore; Saudi Arabian government has begun to permit private sector and foreign investor participations in a try to diversify its economy that will provide a competetive edge to international businesses with its regional resources and strategic location in global markets.
OUR FINAL CONCULISION
After all, the US was in a civil war 150 years ago, and Europe was coming out of major world wars 70 years ago, China was suffering from lack of growth 40 years ago. The challenges of the Middle East today will soon enough be history.
The tremendous change we’re set to see in Saudi Arabia over the next few decade can and should act as a force for good, which will in turn help to reduce unemployment and improve living standards , not only in Saudi Arabia in all Middle East.