Yesterday evening, the “Made in Saudi Arabia” exhibition and conference concluded at the front of Riyadh, one of the regions of the Riyadh season, after it lasted for four days (13-16 February). For global leadership by stimulating the industry, and providing the best opportunities for those interested in it.
During the past few days, the exhibition contributed to bringing Saudi products closer to consumers, and to the business market as well, and allowed visitors to discover new and innovative technologies in the fields of industry, trade and entrepreneurship.
The exhibition, which turned from a dream into a reality thanks to the Kingdom’s Vision 2030, was distinguished by highlighting the Kingdom’s industrial strength and its potential to reach the world, increasing local consumption of products and services, as well as promoting a culture of belonging to the local product.
The exhibition contributed to assisting companies in exporting, raising the percentage of non-oil exports, enhancing the attractiveness of the industrial sector for investment, and helping to create investment and job opportunities.
The “Made in Saudi” exhibition included 6,000 registered products, 29 partnerships with government agencies and national companies, with the participation of 170 companies, and more than 2,000 companies are seeking to join it in the future.
The exhibition worked to support the Saudi industrial system in an integrated manner with its partners, with the aim of assisting investors, raising the volume of non-oil exports to the Kingdom, enhancing internal self-sufficiency, in addition to doubling the volume of Saudi exports to all global markets.
The exhibition witnessed a number of accompanying activities, including a dialogue conference, art exhibitions and museums, crafts and handicrafts, in addition to the various contributions of those interested in the industrial fields, who are passionate about its options and future developments.