With high-profile international events such as the Red Sea International Film Festival scheduled for next year, along with a possible revival of the Jeddah Economic Forum
and the launch of other cultural, artistic, scientific, educational and economic events, Jeddah can claim its place as a world-class destination.
The Saudi General Authority for Civil Aviation's (GACA) announcement to privatise all 27 of the Kingdom's airports has been re-emphasised at the Jeddah Economic Forum
Riyad: His Royal Highness Prince Khaled AL-Faisal, Makkah Governor and Advisor to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, honored Riyad Bank for sponsoring Jeddah Economic Forum
which was held at Hilton Jeddah, under the title" Public and Private Collaborations: effective collaborations for better future".
A delegation of Qatar Chamber (QC), headed by QC vice-chairman Mohamed Ahmed bin Tuwar took part in the 15th Jeddah Economic Forum
in Saudi Arabia, with the topic, "Private and Public sector firms, towards an effective partnership for a better future."
In a speech delivered today at Jeddah Economic Forum
2016 entitled "We Share Together for A Better Future", he said that the issue of economic partnerships in light of the current situation, developments and challenges as well as economic transitions globally and regionally reflect the special importance to form the necessary visions to develop special strategies for the development of business and investment environment in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and GCC member countries in general in line with the vision of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud in the national economic transformation program.
This follows a speech in March at the Jeddah Economic Forum
2014 where HRH Prince Sultan revealed that the limited tourist visa programme "Discover!
Speaking at the 14th Jeddah Economic Forum
, Karmostaji said licensing fees for new startups would be waived for the first three years with the required financing being made available in one month.
Increasing youth participation and economic diversification were the focus of the Jeddah Economic Forum
The preliminary findings of the EY study 'Perspectives on GCC youth employment' presented at the Jeddah Economic Forum
(JEF) 2014 has found that only 29 per cent of employers feel that the current local education prepares students with the necessary technical skills.
Presented at the Jeddah Economic Forum
(JEF) 2014, the EY study, aACAyPerspectives on GCC youth employment', found that only a small proportion, 29 per cent, of employers feel that the current local education prepares students with the necessary technical skills.
According to messages emerging from the Jeddah Economic Forum
(JEF), held in Saudi Arabia in March 2013, the Arabian Gulf