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U.S. – Saudi Arabia – Kuwait Virtual ICT Business Matchmaking Program

Apr 12, 2022

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Overview

The purpose of the program is to connect U.S. firms to business prospects in the ICT subsectors of cybersecurity, smart city infrastructure and technology solutions, artificial intelligence markets, and cloud computing.

Objectives

Client objectives: To learn about ICT trends and opportunities in the Saudi Arabian and Kuwait markets, and to participate in a virtual business matchmaking program with Saudi and Kuwaiti companies from the public and private sectors

Event Information

Leading ICT markets in MENA region. Investments in E-commerce, digital education and health, & smart cities. Leading sectors: Govt, Telcom, Finance & Energy

Which U.S. Firms Should Join

  • Infrastructure Security: energy, transportation, and government networks
  • Artificial Intelligence: smart cities, infrastructure management, and government services
  • Cloud Computing: infrastructure, storage & security management, and data services
  • Application Software: enterprise software, and internet-based solutions

Program Deliverables

  • FREE webinars open to all on procurement opportunities with leading Saudi & Kuwaiti organizations including Saudi Aramco, Saudi Telecom Company, NEOM, Kuwait Oil Company (KOC), and Zain
  • Fee-based virtual one-to-one business meetings with prescreened prospective buyers, agents, distributors, and joint venture partners. Fee of $250 will be collected upon acceptance of company’s application

Contacts:

U.S. Commercial Service – Saudi Arabia
Tareq Ghazal / Senior Commercial Specialist
[email protected]

U.S. Commercial Service – Kuwait
Dina Al-Shawa / Senior Commercial Specialist
[email protected]

U.S. Commercial Service – U.S.
Warren Anderson / Senior International Trade Specialist
[email protected]


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