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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Mr. Samy Nihad
of Dar Al Najat Medical Technology
If someone was to summarise what has happened in Saudi Arabia in the last years, that could well be Mr. Samy Nihad, Vice-president of Dar Al Najat Medical Technology, who says what used to be a very difficult country to work in has become a place where businessmen and investors are welcome and well treated. I am a US national and when I started this company 16 years ago I brought with me all the American principles and procedures but to try and adapt our team and clients to American standards was not easy because of the difference in mentalities. However I tried to strike in the middle, applying part of this and that to get things done”, says Mr. Nihad who using this philosophy turned around a 2 million company into a sAr40 company.
“It was frustrating at the beginning because people here did not appreciate time as westerns do. But now people here are changing. They are in a changing mode for the better and this is helping to ease doing business as well,” he continues. “The seed laid by the government in the education system is giving its fruits and now we can count with very good Saudi engineers working with us that excel in their jobs.” Samy Nihad came to the country around 20 years ago under the auspice of his US classmate Mr. Yousif H Al-Hamdan, a successful Saudi politician and businessmen owner and president of Yousif H Al Hamdan Trading Co. Ltd. (YAHTCO). Under his umbrella, Nihad founded Dar Al Najat Medical Technology in 1998 as a Saudi Arabian private firm specialized in the supply, installation, operation and maintenance of various medical equipment & supplies. “With a growing population and a lack of specialised hospitals and doctors, I admire the government of Saudi Arabia’s effort to try and tackle the healthcare needs of the society by investing a major part of the national budget in it”, explains Mr. Nihad.