Under the auspices of H.E. the Minister of Industry and Mineral Resources, Mr. Bandar bin Ibrahim Al-Khorayef, the capital of the Kingdom is hosting the launch of the “Made in Saudi” exhibition; During the biggest seasons in the Kingdom, the Riyadh Season, and will take place from February 13-16, at the Exhibition and Conference Center in Riyadh Front. The exhibition is the first of its kind to gather national brands under one roof on an area of more than 27,000 SQM.
Out of the keenness of the great Kingdom’s leadership to focus on the non-oil industries, which represent more than 15% of the Kingdom’s GDP, the Made in Saudi Program was established under the guidance of HRH Prince Mohammad Bin Salman, Crown Prince of the Kingdom - may God protect him - to support Saudi industries. From here, the Made in Saudi exhibition will be launched to contribute to the growth of the national industrial sector in its diversity, in accordance with the Vision of 2030.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a conference and discussion sessions that present everything that matters the industrial sector in the Kingdom, export development and everything related to the Made in Saudi program. In addition to workshops specialized in the development of this sector and those in charge of it to learn about investment opportunities and methods to improve administrative, operation and production processes, among others.
It is worth mentioning that Ma’aden is the strategic sponsor of the exhibition, as well as Basamh Industrial Co. Ltd. and Al-Rushaid Group are both platinum sponsors. In addition to the exhibition partners, Anni & Dani Company as the hospitality partner, and National Franchises as the business development partner. Besides the sponsors of the Riyadh Season, Roshn Company, Hungerstation, Dr. Sulaiman Al-Habib, Al-Rajhi Bank, STC, Mada, Saudia, Tameeni, Monsha’at, and Dunkin.
It is expected that the exhibition, which is organized by Sela, will attract a huge number of visitors from inside and outside the Kingdom during its four days. It is a unique opportunity for participants to showcase their industries and products in various industrial sectors in the Kingdom. In fact, 80% of the exhibition space has been reserved so far, and the exhibition will include more than 10 activities that showcase the history and future of industry and commerce for all family members.