To be kicked off in Riyadh Late March 2016 AD
Ministry of Commerce and Industry calls on businessmen, economists, academics, researchers and those interested to participate in the Fourth Saudi- American Business Opportunities Forum to be held at Ritz Carlton Hotel in Riyadh during the period 13-14.06.1437 H, corresponding to 22-23 March 2016 AD, with the presence and participation of senior officials, businessmen and academics of the two countries.
Meanwhile, the forum will discuss strengthening the development and investment relations between Saudi Arabia and the United States, also it will allow those interested to get an idea about the successful projects and the available business opportunities to enhance trade relations, all that through the presence of businessmen, and through organizing workshops and various meetings, addressing a number of important sectors and issues, such as health care, energy, industry, building sustainable cities and others.
For his part, Mr. Turki Al Toaimi, General Supervisor of Marketing & Communication at the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the fourth Saudi-American forum said that the timing of this forum comes as a confirmation of the deep relations between the two countries, and as an extension of the strategic objectives in the economic sector, especially after the visit of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, (May Allah Protect Him) to the United States last September, adding that the forum aims to enhance the investment environment between the two countries, which support and contribute to the growth, development and diversity of investment opportunities, in order to serve the common interests of both countries and peoples.
It is worth mentioning that the previous sessions of the Saudi-American Business Forum were held in the United States since 2010 AD, and this is the first time to be held in the Kingdom. The number of participants may exceed 700 participants of senior government officials, experts, academics, researchers and businessmen from both countries.
MCI would like those interested to have access to the forum website: saudiusforum.sa