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Monster.com to present Employer Achievement Awards in Saudi Arabia

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Monster.com to present Employer Achievement Awards in Saudi Arabia


487Despite a stable GDP growth of 5.1% as of May 2014, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia still faces a slow change rate in its workforce. Total unemployment in the country is 5.56% of the total workforce, according to 2013 data from the Central Department of Statistics & Information of Saudi Arabia, and there is a stark difference when you look specifically at women’s employment rate.

Of the 1.76 million female workforce in Saudi Arabia, over 20% of them are unemployed.

Dedicated to help improve unemployment figures as well as enhance the availability of a qualified workforce, Saudi Arabia has committed to an investment of over SAR 200 billion.

Sharing this vision to enhance the Kingdom’s workforce to achieve a more diverse, inclusive and qualified workforce, Monster.com, a leading online global career recruitment solutions provider, is supporting the upcoming 2nd Annual Talent & Diversity Leadership Forum 2014, on the 10th and 11th of December in Riyadh.

Furthermore, Monster.com is the official awards sponsor of the 2nd Employer Achievement Awards designed to recognise the remarkable contributions and success of diverse and inclusive organisations across the Kingdom.

Sanjay Modi, Managing Director – India, Middle East, South East Asia, Hong Kong, Monster.com, will be presenting the awards on the 10th of December to the winners of the Employer Achievement Awards.

Highlighting their commitment to developing the local workforce, he noted that “Monster recognises that there is an enormous pool of talent in Saudi Arabia, with huge potential. However, we also recognise that there is a skill mismatch inhibiting nationals from being employed in the private sector. To address this, we have developed additional online job search solutions for the region, in both Arabic and English, to match candidates’ skills and career stages to relevant jobs. These smart job recommendation tools are part of Monster’s commitment to help job seekers find better jobs and help employers find better talent. Monster also helps job seekers with career advice, through Monster’s online Career Centre.”

Speaking about the forum, Sophie Le Ray, CEO, naseba added, “This forum is designed around the importance and impact of human capital for achieving sustained economic development in the Kingdom. A diverse and inclusive environment acknowledges individual uniqueness and promotes respect, personal achievement and leadership.”

Taking place on December 10th – 11th 2014 at the Intercontinental Hotel in Riyadh, the forum is hosting up to 150 of the Kingdom’s leading HR, Talent and Development professionals.

Other companies supporting the forum include AstraZeneca, SABB, PepsiCo, OilWell 7 and Effat University.


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Library Event Draws Global Expertise to Saudi Arabia

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Library Event Draws Global Expertise to Saudi Arabia


481Educators from across the Arab World have gathered in Riyadh to learn about the most important technological innovations available to national, public and academic libraries.

“Modern Developments in Libraries, Aspirations and Leading Experience” is the first Conference of its kind to be held in Saudi Arabia, helping to meet demand from the country’s educational institutions for world-class innovations in the library sector.

Academics, researchers, educators and librarians heard about the latest research that will help improve library infrastructure and library services. Case studies and examples were drawn from the Arabia region, as well as the USA and Europe.

It is hoped that the Conference will help Saudi’s academic libraries exploit newly available technology, helping to create world-class educational institutions that support educational processes and scientific research.

The event was held at Princess Norah bint AbdulRahman University, which boasts its own state of the art library, with over 80,000 square metres of storage space and capacity to hold a collection of five million volumes. The library also has specially a designed Automated Storage and Retrieval System, one of only a handful in the world.

Pearson, the world’s largest education provider, sponsored the event, showcasing its digital repository system, EQUELLA which is used by educational institutions, corporations, governments and universities worldwide, including London University, Australia’s TAFE colleges, and Hamdan bin Mohammed e-University in Saudi Arabia. Dalia Leil, Pearson’s Digital Solutions Specialist in Saudi Arabia says:

“Pearson is thrilled to support this inaugural library event in Saudi Arabia, which is helping to put the Kingdom on the map for innovation in the library sector. Having efficient and effective library services is essential to providing world-class education and research facilities, and is therefore a priority for colleges and universities in this region as they advance their education sectors.

EQUELLA can assist in this process, enabling collections to be securely stored, while managing controlled access for specific users and groups and incorporating specific security settings. The repository also integrates with existing library management systems, providing additional value and functionality to a library’s existing infrastructure”.

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Dur Hospitality Signs Development Agreement with IHG to Expand Holiday Inn & Suites Footprint in Saudi Arabia

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Dur Hospitality Signs Development Agreement with IHG to Expand Holiday Inn & Suites Footprint in Saudi Arabia


461InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has today announced the signing of a master development agreement (MDA) with Dur Hospitality Company (formerly Saudi Hotels and Resorts Co or SHARACO) for the franchise of a number of Holiday Inn & Suites across the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).

The agreement will see a number of Holiday Inn & Suites branded hotels developed across KSA over the next five years, significantly enhancing the brand’s footprint in the Kingdom.

Pascal Gauvin, Chief Operating Officer, India, Middle East & Africa, IHG, said: “We have been in Saudi Arabia nearly 40 years and as a key market for us it holds our largest pipeline in the Middle East. Working with the right partner can go a long way in building our brands’ reputation in any market and we are delighted to be working with a major industry player such as Dur Hospitality Company. We are confident the partnership will lend great support to the growth of our Holiday Inn presence in the country and look forward to delivering great experiences to guests staying at the Holiday Inn hotels we jointly develop in KSA.”

Eng. Abdullah Bin Mohammed Al-Issa, Chairman, DUR Hospitality Company, said: “Saudi Arabia is a very unique market and the tourism landscape is changing. We have been managing hotels in KSA for many years now and it is a change in direction for us to be working with an operator to develop this many hotels under one brand.”

“This investment is the result of a stellar business transformation programme for us and we are pleased to have launched our new identity last month with a strategic goal to create new partnerships with leading international hotel companies. We have seen the success IHG has had managing hotels in KSA and it is clear IHG understands the market. We are confident our Holiday Inn hotels will add significant value to the city’s hospitality offering and provide guests with the comfortable, welcoming environment the brand is globally recognised for.”

IHG currently has 24 hotels across three brands in KSA: InterContinental, Crowne Plaza and Holiday Inn. The company will open a further nine hotels in the next three to five years, including InterContinental Riyadh King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) and Hotel Indigo Riyadh KAFD, which will mark the entrance of the Hotel Indigo brand into the Middle East market.


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Monster introduces New Tools in Saudi Arabia to Find Better Jobs and Talent Online

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Monster introduces New Tools in Saudi Arabia to Find Better Jobs and Talent Online


436MonsterGulf.com, one of the leading online and career recruitment solutions provider, today introduced a new suite of features in Saudi Arabia that are set to revolutionise the country’s online employment landscape. Monster’s new intelligent Mobile App and Professional Networking features, created exclusively for stronger job and talent search, empowers job seekers and recruiters to identify the best opportunities and connect on the go.

The Professional Networking for jobs features introduce the ability to engage with peers, recruiters and companies. Job seekers can import external contacts, keep in touch with relevant career insights, follow and receive updates from recruiters and companies, maintain scores for job-related activities, grow Monster connections and increase visibility in the talent marketplace.

Recruiters can tap into Monster’s Professional Networking features to identify the best talent for their roles. They can set up Recruiter Profiles to share and post jobs, add company updates, view follower networks and connect with candidates. Through the interface, recruiters have access to a dashboard with activity summaries and recruitment insights.

“You are not always looking for a job but there is a big possibility that you may miss an opportunity you always desired while you were not looking,” says Modi.

“Smart job recommendations from the Monster Mobile App and Professional Networking features will alert, connect and update you, essentially working on your behalf while you are occupied with your life. From web to mobile, Monster.com provides companies, recruiters and seekers in Saudi Arabia with customised solutions using the world’s most advanced technology to find better access and better connections for better jobs – anywhere and anytime. We also understand the challenges employers face, and Monster Analytics will provide them intelligence to make more informed decisions.”

Monster’s new features were created to address gaps within the recruitment industry. In the company’s year-long research and development process after launching mPower Search, Monster conducted a need-gap analysis and found that job seekers needed a new way to better find jobs and stay connected to the job market, whilst employers needed to better connect with the right talent at the best time. Passive jobseekers missed out on suitable job opportunities whilst they were busy with their day-to-day lives. Monster also identified that there was a need to provide a professional network platform offering better connections because job seekers typically reach out to peers, seniors, recruiters or organisations to find jobs.

To help recruiters and organisations make informed decisions for better human capital management, the company has also designed Monster Analytics – a dynamic tool that grants organisations access to data on the experience levels, domains and companies that talent transitions to and from. Employers can seek talent more effectively with these insights and develop a firmer understanding of the region’s recruitment landscape.

In addition to Saudi Arabia and the Middle East, the Monster Mobile App and Professional Networking features are being rolled out across India and also Southeast Asia in Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines and Hong Kong.





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Riyadh hosts the 3rd round of the strongest drift championship in Saudi Arabia

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Riyadh hosts the 3rd round of the strongest drift championship in Saudi Arabia


434Following the great success of the two rounds of Saudi Star Drift championship, which is organized by the Saudi renowned motorsport developer Abdullah Bakhashab, and under the sponsorship of Mountain Dew, Nissan Saudi Arabia, Total, Alf Alf FM radio and In 10 SO center, under the supervision of the Saudi Automobile Federation.

The 3rd round of this rousing Championship will be held at Dirab Circuit in the Saudi capital, Riyadh, where thrilling and exhilarating competition among the participants is expected as the results of this round will determine qualified finalists for the final round.

Drift drivers participating in this defining round are of great experience and determined to register high scores to ensure qualification for the final round. Most of them have already won local and regional tournaments such as Captain Faisal al-Sharif, Captain Hatem Nitto and also Captain Bandar Al Ghalib.

Commenting on the event, Abdulilah Wazni, General Manager of Marketing and Communications at Nissan Middle East, said: “The second round of Saudi Drift Championship in Khobar was very successful by all measures. As one of the sponsors of the event, Nissan is pleased to see this great interest in motorsports among youth in the Kingdom, and this shows us we are on the right track of strengthening our existing relationship with the young Saudi community. The skills and capabilities presented in Khobar have exceeded our expectations, we are looking forward to the 3rd round, I am sure that it will be more exciting.”

Noting that 6 of the strongest champions of both cities Ihsa and Alkhobar have already been qualified for the final round, which will take place in Jeddah and expected to be a spectacular conclusion of this exciting championship.



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IHCC CEO Sultan Batterjee to Share Industry Insights at 7th Annual Design Mission Summit Saudi Arabia

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IHCC CEO Sultan Batterjee to Share Industry Insights at 7th Annual Design Mission Summit Saudi Arabia


432IHCC, a leading turnkey solutions provider that specializes in healthcare, education and mixed-use projects, is marking an emphatic participation at the Design Mission Summit Saudi Arabia 2014 with its CEO Sultan Batterjee set to share industry insights and expertise in a panel discussion on day-two of the event.

Hosted in partnership with the American Institute of Architects – Middle East chapter, the two day summit opened today at the Al Faisaliah Hotel in Riyadh, converging more than 200 decision makers and providing direct business opportunities to over 50 suppliers, as well as regional and global brands. With several global players engaged in Saudi Arabia’s massive construction boom, the Design Mission Summit Saudi Arabia is positioned as the definitive procurement platform to speed up the buying and selling process within the design and build segment.

Nominated as a VIP speaker, Sultan Sobhi Batterjee a renowned entrepreneur within the Middle East, who is also Founder and President of Lifestyle Developers Ltd, will participate in a panel discussion titled ‘Challenges prevalent in designing a unique sustainably built environment that truly embodies the client’s vision’.

In his presentation, Batterjee will focus on the rapidly evolving skyline and landscape of Saudi Arabia, how contractors can step up their engagement in this area, and what special capabilities are required for meeting the sustainability goals across real estate projects. Showcasing IHCC’s pioneering developments that are currently in the pipeline, he will also highlight best ways to design a sustainably built environment in order to effectively capture the client’s vision.

Speaking ahead of the event, Sultan Sobhi Batterjee said: “The Design Mission Summit Saudi Arabia offers us a platform to showcase our projects to potential investors, while providing us with an opportunity to network with peers in the industry and share best practices. We are confident the market intelligence gained will influence our efforts to make meaningful contributions to the infrastructure development of the region, and particularly add value construction sector in Saudi Arabia, in line with my mission of being a developer with a cause.”

IHCC is a regional company with international expertise in turnkey solutions for healthcare, education and mixed-use developments. A design and build company, it also provides other customized solutions such as consulting, construction, equipping, furnishing, staffing and facilities management as well as renovation and project management services. IHCC is a first-of-its-kind specialized local contractor that understands the region’s regulatory environment and offers end-to-end expertise that is best suited for its unique requirements.

Lifestyle Developers was established to improve the quality of life of the community in Saudi Arabia through the delivery of development projects that raise the standards of living in the region and beyond. A full-service company managed by an international team of real estate experts, Lifestyle Developers focuses on the development of sustainable communities by continuously challenging new frontiers.





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Bombardier welcomes a new Authorized Service Facility for Business Aircraft Customers in Saudi Arabia

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Bombardier welcomes a new Authorized Service Facility for Business Aircraft Customers in Saudi Arabia


424Bombardier Business Aircraft today announced the recent addition of Arabasco as an Authorized Service Facility (ASF) for Challenger 605aircraft customers based in or flying to Saudi Arabia.

Under the ASF agreement, Arabasco will offer Bombardier Business Aircraft customers a full range of maintenance services from its 2,921 square meter (approximately 31,446 square feet) maintenance facility located at the Private Aviation Terminal of King Abdul-Aziz International Airport in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The facility, which has been providing maintenance on business aircraft for 32 years, is certified by the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Bermuda Department of Civil Aviation and the Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands and employs over 40 people.

“This agreement will provide our Challenger 605 aircraft customers across Saudi Arabia and the surrounding countries with greater access to quality and first-class customer support in their own backyards,” said Éric Martel, President, Bombardier Business Aircraft. “Arabasco has a solid knowledge of our Challenger aircraft, as well as over three decades of maintenance experience, and we are confident they will meet the needs of our customers in the region.”

“This authorization firmly strengthens Arabasco’s position as the premier provider of aircraft maintenance services in Saudi Arabia,” said HRH Prince Abdullah Bin Turki Al Saud, Chairman of Arabasco. “It is one of the several steps Arabasco has taken throughout its history in supporting business jet customers in the Kingdom.”

There are 100 Bombardier Business Aircraft in the Middle East. Arabasco will join a network of more than 50 ASFs worldwide and work in close collaboration with Bombardier’s maintenance network of service centres and ASFs in the same time zone, as well as its network of parts hubs and depots.



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UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait elected to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Council

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UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait elected to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Council


437The South Asia–Middle East–North Africa region’s SAMENA Telecommunications Council today announced that 10 countries from the SAMENA region have been elected to the ITU Council, the governing body of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations specialized agency for information and communication technologies (ICTs). The ITU Council elections were held during the ITU Plenipotentiary Conference 2014 (PP-14), which is taking place in Busan, South Korea from 20 October to 7 November 2014.

SAMENA region countries elected to the ITU Council include the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Egypt, Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Turkey, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

Nasser Bin Hammad, Senior Manager, International Affairs at the UAE’s Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA), was elected to the ITU Radio Regulations Board.

“To have as many as 10 SAMENA countries on the ITU’s governing body is a great achievement that will ensure our collective voices are heard in the international ICT debates that shape global views and attitudes towards issues facing our industry,” said Bocar BA, Chief Executive Officer, SAMENA Council. “The SAMENA region represents one of the world’s fastest growing economic regions and a greater decision-making role for SAMENA on the global telecommunications stage will allow us to more effectively pursue strategic goals and market opportunities, especially at a time when governments across the region are accelerating their digitization efforts.”

“We extend our congratulations to all SAMENA countries elected to the ITU Council and we look forward to working closely with them to achieve our common goals.

We also would like to congratulate Mr. Nasser Bin Hammad for being officially elected to the prestigious ITU Radio Regulations Board,” he added.

The Plenipotentiary Conference is the top policy-making body of the ITU. Held every four years, the Conference sets the Union’s general policies; adopts four-year strategic and financial plans; and elects the senior management team of the organization, the members of Council, and the members of the Radio Regulations Board.



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Ocean Spray®makes a splash across Saudi Arabia

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Ocean Spray®makes a splash across Saudi Arabia


424Ocean Spray has officially launched its vast range of delicious and nutritious juice drinks in the GCC. The cool, crisp and refreshing products are bursting with fruity flavours and jam-packed with beneficial cranberry properties such as polyphenol antioxidants, and are perfect for the high juice consumption habits of the Saudi Arabian population.*

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) 2014 Country Profile report of Saudi Arabia obesity is fast turning out to be a major cause of concern for the Kingdom with seven out of 10 Saudis suffering from obesityand 37 percent of Saudi women facing problems related to overweight. A recent study revealed that a whopping SR500 million per year was spent by people suffering from obesity in the Kingdom on treatment, especially diabetes which is prevalent among a large section of Saudis, including women. The disease had spread at an alarming rate of 30 percent in the past 10 years.Ministry of Health is currently developing a national strategy to combat obesityand is in the process of setting up a national centre for obesity at the King Fahd Medical Citywith five similar centres across the Kingdom in the pipeline.

Recent studies show that cranberry, the tiny red fruit has a positive effect on one’s overall health and wellbeing. Cranberry extract lowers the amount of tissue-damaging enzymes, called MMPs, which have been linked to heart disease, and arthritis withnew pre-clinical trials suggesting thatthe natural purifying element in the fruit may have properties that limit oxidative stress and help promote whole body health.

Cranberries also contain uniqueelements, called proanthocyanidins or PACsthat cleanse and purify your bodyby preventing certain bacteria from sticking inside the body. They have one of the highest levels of antioxidant activity of many commonly consumed fruits including strawberries, plums and red grapes. The vitamin C in one 250ml serving per day of Ocean Spray®Cranberry Classic®juice drink provides you with 80% of your recommended daily allowance, helping your immune system function normally, reducing tiredness and fatigue and protecting cells from oxidative stress, as part of a balanced and healthy lifestyle, , which is good news to consumers everywhere.

In addition to its CranberryClassic® juice drink, Ocean Spray® produces many other fruity drinks including an original blend of Cran•Pomegranate™ juice drinkand Cranberry & Raspberry juice drink, as well as low calorie options with only five calories per 250ml carton. These come in convenient home consumption multi-serve packs as well as a variety of convenient on the go packs and are available at shops across the region. A number of sumptuous mocktails also use Ocean Spray® juice drinks as a base, such as the Coconut Crush made with crushed watermelon, Ocean Spray® CranberryClassic® Lightjuice drink and fresh coconut water and garnished with a slice of lime.

These Ocean Spray®juice drinks come in a whole host of fun flavours that tantalize the taste buds and offer something for every palette to enjoy morning, noon and night. As a co-operative of farmers for over 80 years, Ocean Spray knows a thing or two about growing fine fruit. To this day the cranberry crop is nurtured and harvested so only the best berries make it into Ocean Spray® brand juices and juice drinks.

Juice consumption in Saudi Arabia has grown significantly as75% of regular juice drinkers are inclined towards making cranberry juice a part of their daily routine owing to the health aspect associated with the fruit, according to the October 2013 Fruit Juice Usage and Attitudes MENA Research of Ocean Spray® products.

Drawing from this study and reflecting on the official launch of Ocean Spray® brand products in the GCC, Tara Levine, Managing Director – Europe, Middle East & Africa Ocean Spray International Services (UK) Ltd, comments:“We are very excited to bring Ocean Spray® brand products to the GCC where we believe people will be very receptive to the brand, especially in the UAE. This multi-cultural society enjoys an eating out lifestyle and at the same time is becoming more and more health conscious. The great thing about our juice drinks, and in particular Ocean Spray®Cranberry Classic® juice drink, is that it offers a uniquely rich taste that is refreshing,satisfying and revitalising.”





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Spending on Business Intelligence Software Tools in Saudi Arabia will grow rapidly

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Spending on Business Intelligence Software Tools in Saudi Arabia will grow rapidly


423As an increasing number of organizations in Saudi Arabia prioritize investments in Business Intelligence and Big Data technologies, spending on Business Intelligence software tools is expected to surpass $89 million in 2018, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.4%, which is 1.69 times the growth of Saudi Arabia’s total software market, according to the latest insights from International Data Corporation (IDC), the premier global provider of market intelligence, advisory services and events for the information technology, telecommunications, and consumer technology markets.

Referencing its newly released ‘Saudi Arabia Business Intelligence Tools Software 2014–2018 Forecast’ (IDC # CEMA212781) study, the research firm said that the media attention on Big Data in Kingdom has put business intelligence on the agenda of most senior executives.

Pioneering organizations in Saudi Arabia are now investing in solutions that provide a single access point to all their information silos and advanced predictive and analytical technologies that support their automation processes, enable them to make better capital investment decisions, and help them optimize their business decisions.

“Organizations in Saudi Arabia are investing in BI tools to gain competitive advantage, make informed decisions, and respond to regulatory challenges,” says Dhiraj Daryani, program manager for software at IDC Middle East, Africa, and Turkey. “Rising demand for analytics solutions in Saudi Arabia will boost spending on BI software”.

Business Intelligence (BI) is a category of computer software tools that enables a company or organization to gain insight into its critical operations through reporting applications and analysis tools. Well-designed BI applications can give anyone in a company the ability to make better decisions by quickly understanding the various information assets in the organization and how these interact with each other. These assets can include customer databases, supply chain information, personnel data, manufacturing, product data, sales and marketing activity, as well as any other source of information critical to the organization’s operation.

These solutions will illustrate BI in the areas of customer profiling, customer support, market research, market segmentation, product profitability, statistical analysis, and inventory and distribution analysis. Most companies collect a large amount of data from their business operations. To keep track of that information, a business would need to use a wide range of software programs and different database applications for various departments throughout their organization.

While the entire BI Tools market is expected to expand at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 19.4%, specifically Advanced Analytics Software is expected to show the highest CAGR of 20.1%.

IDC’s ‘Saudi Arabia Business Intelligence Tools Software 2014–2018 Forecast ‘ (IDC # CEMA212781) analyzes Saudi Arabia’s business intelligence (BI) software market in 2013 by functional market (end-user query, reporting and analysis; advanced analytics; and spatial information analytics tools) and provides a forecast for each functional market through 2018. The study provides detailed qualitative and quantitative information, analysis, and forecasts that help illustrate the size and other defining characteristics of the market, and how region-specific political and macro-economic conditions affect the Saudi market.



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