Escrito por: Noelia Rodrigo Fecha Saturday 14, February 2015 Categoría: Event
The next 14 and 15 of May, there will be a Hispanic-Arab Bilateral Committee meeting in Riyadh . There will be involved a large multi-sectoral delegation of Spanish companies, mainly SME’s with potential interests in the country. IVNOSYS Solutions will be the only TIC consulting company attending to the meeting.
The president of the Council of Chambers of Valencia and the Committee of Internationalization of the Higher Council of Commerce Chambers, José Vicente Morata, traveled yesterday to Riyadh, heading the Spanish Delegation of the Hispanic-Arab Bilateral Committee. In this committee there are include a huge multi-sectoral delegation of Spanish companies, mainly SMEs, with potential interesas in the country.
The event will be inaugurated by senior representatives of Spanish and Saudi institutions, including the ambassador of Spain in Saudi Arabia, Joaquin Perez-Villanueva, and the President of the Saudi section of the Bilateral Committee, Abdullah Al Rasheed (representative of a leading Saudi business group). In addition, there will also be involved the president of the Riyadh Chamber of Commerce and President of the Saudi Council of Chambers of Commerce.
After the inauguration, there will be the bilateral meeting, previously closed between the Spanish and Saudies companies. At the working session, the involved companies, will know the current situation of the economies in both countries by first hand, as well as the business opportunities offered by both markets.
At the moment, the sectors with more business opportunities in Saudi Arabia are energy, telecommunications, water treatment and desalination power, petrochemical, transport, consulting, ceramic floor tiles, food, furniture, textile and pharmaceutical industries.
Likewise, there are important opportunities open up in public tenders in energy infrastructure, needed by the country. There are also several privatization projects to promote the participation of local entrepreneurs in the industrial sectors derived from petrochemicals