Saudi real estate showcase at Dubai property show

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The exhibition offers a chance to showcase projects, network with industry leaders, and share experiences. (SPA)
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The exhibition offers a chance to showcase projects, network with industry leaders, and share experiences. (SPA)
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The exhibition offers a chance to showcase projects, network with industry leaders, and share experiences. (SPA)
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The exhibition offers a chance to showcase projects, network with industry leaders, and share experiences. (SPA)
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The exhibition offers a chance to showcase projects, network with industry leaders, and share experiences. (SPA)
Updated 02 April 2019

Saudi real estate showcase at Dubai property show

  • This year’s event attracted 131 exhibitors from 143 countries and more than 20,000 visitors from around the world

RIYADH: The Saudi Ministry of Housing’s pavilion proved a popular attraction at the second International Property Show Dubai.
Real estate professionals, investors and developers from around the world who stopped by were given information about the selling-on-the-map model in Saudi Arabia and the most prominent current and future projects.
On the sidelines of the exhibition, Mohammed Al-Ghazwani, the ministry’s general supervisor of real estate development, met a Moroccan delegation led by Fatna Lkhiyel, the secretary of state to the minister of national planning, town planning, housing and urban policy, responsible for housing. They discussed joint cooperation and investment opportunities to support the housing sector, help develop it and enable citizens to own high-quality homes.
The International Property Show Dubai was launched in April 2018 by the Dubai Land Department. The exhibition offers a chance to showcase projects, network with industry leaders, and share experiences. This year’s event attracted 131 exhibitors from 143 countries and more than 20,000 visitors from around the world, 51 percent of whom were investors.

 


Qassim governor reviews COVID-19 impact on region’s SMEs 

Updated 06 April 2020

Qassim governor reviews COVID-19 impact on region’s SMEs 

BURAIDAH: Qassim Gov. Prince Faisal bin Mishaal on Sunday presided over an emergency meeting aimed at mitigating the impact of preventive measures to fight the coronavirus on the region’s business sector and its small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).BURAI

The meeting, held through video conferencing, was attended by the governor of the Small and Medium Enterprises General Authority, Saleh Al-Rasheed, along with officials of a number of relevant bodies.

Prince Faisal started by commending the royal directives given by King Salman, which included several steps to mitigate the losses of projects affected by the coronavirus pandemic, identify the means to develop SMEs and help both young men and women to do so.

“The meeting seeks to analyze the current situation of the region’s SMEs sector and look into ways to provide them with the necessary assistance.”

Prince Faisal ordered the launch of the “Windows of Hope” initiative concerned with introducing SME owners and entrepreneurs to the programs launched by the government to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus preventive measures on the private sector.

“We are all aware of the importance of informing the youth about all of the government’s measures and contributing to the Kingdom’s economy,” he said.

“What the region is doing in partnership with all of the sectors reflects the leadership’s keenness to support and serve Saudi SME owners and reassure them so they keep functioning in order for the system, made out of the health, security and economic sectors, to be completed,” he said.

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