Held during RE+ and PACK EXPO | No fee to attend.
Eng. Abdulaziz M. AL-Shanqiti
Director General, Investment Development Division
Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu
You are invited to join senior leaders from the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu and the U.S.-Saudi Business Council for an executive level roundtable on emerging opportunities for U.S. companies in Saudi Arabia's vibrant and evolving market. The program is being held on the sidelines of RE+ 2023 Exhibition and Conference and PACK EXPO Las Vegas. Participation is being limited to 20-30 U.S. company executives.
Saudi Arabia is in the midst of an expansive diversification of its industrial landscape to reduce the Kingdom's traditional reliance on the oil and gas. New industry clusters are arising across industrial, commercial and retail verticals.
Ongoing reforms in labor, regulatory and financial spheres are accelerating new business growth. In 2023, Saudi Arabia surged to the 17th position in the World Competitiveness Index, outperforming several G20 counterparts. Additionally, Saudi Arabia achieved the highest annual growth among G20 nations in 2022, further highlighting its robust economic potential and prospects for success.
The Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu (RCJY), an independent government authority overseeing the development and management of four of the largest industrial cities in the world -- Jubail, Yanbu, Ras Al Khair, and Jazan, offers a base for growth opportunities in clusters including, but not limited to:
The roundtable discussion will focus on the extensive menu of infrastructure and integrated services offered by the RCJY to help international companies expand their business in Saudi Arabia. Representatives from the Ministry of Investment and the Saudi Industrial Development Fund will also participate to offer additional information on regulatory, tax, and financial incentives.
One on one meetings will be available following the roundtable and a luncheon program.
For more information about the program, please contact Jamil Alothman, Vice President of Industrial Development at the U.S.-Saudi Business Council. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-571-355-5743.