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Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority supports the SME Economic Forum 201Organized by Asharqia Chamber & naseba, the SME Economic Forum 2011 is dedicated to elevating small to medium enterprises

(Free-Press-Release.com) February 21, 2011 —
(Dammam, February 15th, 2011) – Saudi Arabian General Investment Authority (SAGIA) confirms its support to the SME Economic Forum 2011. The summit is endorsed by His Royal Highness Prince Mohamed Bin Fahad Al Saud – Governor of Eastern Province, and organised by naseba and the Asharqia Chamber. The forum takes place on March 29th – 30th 2011 at the Asharqia Chamber’s headquarters in Dammam.

SAGIA’s General Director of Marketing and Corporate Communication, Fahd Hamidaddin, will speak at the forum to address numerous business and growth opportunities offered to Saudi Arabian SMEs.
Furthermore, National Commercial Bank (NCB), one of Saudi Arabia’s largest banks, has been confirmed as the Lead Sponsor of the forum where it will host two focused workshops highlighting the crucial role financial services play for successful SME growth in Saudi Arabia.

To promote SMEs and entrepreneurs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the forum will gather top Saudi Arabian SMEs, key government officials and leading entrepreneurs from across the Kingdom. Participants at the forum will be provided the opportunity to network with larger international corporations to explore business opportunities and learn expansion strategies within Saudi Arabia and beyond.
• Note to editors: The event website is http://www.saudismeforum.com
• Note to Editors: registrations and sponsorships are open for the summit
• Contact: Mohamed Al Moussa, Marketing Manager, Email: mohamedm@naseba.com Tel: + 971 4 367 13 76


naseba produces, promotes and hosts business summits, professional training courses and business exhibitions targeting executive level attendees across multiple vertical industries. Each event is focused on re-education, networking and creating a ‘deal-flow’ platform for all participating organisations. Whether the ‘deal’ is raising capital, vendor sales contracts or sourcing a strategic partner, naseba provides clients with an unprecedented, high-ROI environment for conducting business. An in-house team of experts conduct extensive research in conjunction with recognised thought leaders to ensure that all events are relevant, timely and at the forefront of market and industry trends.
naseba works in partnership with leading media, industry and local authorities such as International Data Corporation (IDC), International Business Consultancy Group (IBCG), Saudi Trading and Resources Co. Ltd. (STAR Group Holdings), ICLIF Leadership & Governance Centre, CNBC Arabia, Zawya, Council of Saudi Chambers, Principality of Monaco, Singapore Tourism Board, Abu Dhabi Health Authority, Egyptian Ministry of Civil Aviation, Ministry of Economy – UAE, Ministry of Environment and Water – UAE, Qatar Civil Aviation Authority, the Government of Dubai and many others.

Since its inception in France in 2002, naseba has organised over 400 events and played host to 58,000 executive delegates globally. Operating from four strategically located offices, naseba has on-the-ground presence in Bangalore, Cairo, Dubai, Kuala Lumpur, Monaco, Riyadh and Singapore.
At naseba, we make it happen.
For more information on naseba, please visit http://www.naseba.com.


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