As the Middle East occupies the world’s theatre front stage with the Arab Spring performing in several countries and spreading to others, the need to reform towards a more democratic society is more acute than ever before. The fast growing unemployed young population in the region is demanding changes that were unthinkable of five years ago. Although Saudi Arabia has remained largely untouched by the Arab Spring it has not been completely isolated from it and King Abdullah, a reformist by nature, is well aware of a problem that if not addressed properly could destabilize the country that holds over 20 percent of the world’s proven oil reserves and the only one capable to stabilize global oil prices. This is why against the backdrop of the Arab uprisings and amid concerns over Europe’s sovereign-debt crisis King Abdullah announced a $130 billion spending plan in the first quarter of 2011 to expedite measures to address socioeconomic challenges such as unemployment or housing and prevent the spread of discontent in KSA. In a country of 27 million people where over 60 percent are under the age of 30 the problem is intense.
FindMe in Saudi (FMS) explores the social and economic developments of Saudi Arabia, the investment opportunities that the country offers and close up profiles of the leading companies and personalities. Complemented with an inside leisure guide, FMS multiplatform format (book, imag, social media and mobile app) reaches over a million people globally and it grows daily.
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Our latest investment report on Kuwait was recently published in one of the leading Spanish dailies, ABC. FindMe in Kuwait explores the economic perspectives of Kuwait and the country´s future plans to compete with its fast developing neighbours. Once the leading country of the Gulf, Kuwait has remained silent for the past decade. And although many would like to see faster changes, Kuwait is moving, at its pace, to them. Inexorably. Learn about who is who in Kuwait and read what the leaders say about their own future in our upcoming release: FindMe in Kuwait Mobile app.
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Global Gulf Consulting has concluded its latest production on Bahrain, FindMe in Bahrain giving the country a fresh approach after a couple of difficult years of local demonstrations that matched the global recession. Bahrain is a small island in the Arabian Gulf with an incredible potential for logistics, industries and tourism. FindMe in Bahrain was supported by both the public and private sector of Bahrain. Banagas, Nass Corporation, BBK and DHL were GGC strategic partners in the development of the series among others.
FindMe in Bahrain is available at the local bookstores Jashamal and online as well as in the Apple Store. It is a full business leisure and business guide for any investor or visitor interested in traveling to Bahrain or for those that already live there.
FindMe in Saudi offers a multi-faceted overview combining business and leisure, economy and heritage. The book aims to capture the current development of Saudi Arabia in the words of the people who live and work there. It is an authoritative source of information for investors, businessmen and travellers produced to firmly position KSA as an attractive investment destination.
In contains general information about the country´ economic performance and who is who as a sectorial overview and a leisure guide.
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