Saudi Arabia is divided into 13 regions, each with its own set of unique investment opportunities. Discover what each location can offer you in their unique ways and find out where your next business opportunity is
Home to the Kingdom's business capital and largest city, Riyadh is also the new rising star of GCC, offering incredible opportunities to investors from all over the world.
Islam's holiest city draws millions of people from around the world every year. The region is home to Jeddah and King Abdullah Economic City on the Red Sea coast, where investors can leverage the international trade routes to serve consumers in the Middle East and North Africa.
Medina is home to Saudi Arabia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site AlUla, it is also a booming business hub possessing two industrial areas with a total area of 10 million m2 and 236 factories producing petroleum products, building materials, food products, and a variety of other goods.
A first-class agricultural region with an abundance of water, fertile soil, and agricultural diversity. Qassim has the best access to electricity infrastructure at the national level, a large area of agricultural land, and an outstanding production capacity in food.
Known for its agricultural products, Tabuk is also an active commercial center and home to several giga-projects including NEOM and the Red Sea Project making it an attractive location for diverse investments across different sectors.
Situated on the Red Sea coast, Jazan's is home to several islands. Jazan City for Basic and Downstream Industries is one of the most important industrial cities and investment destinations in the region, due to its proximity to international shipping lanes.
One of the most fertile regions in Saudi Arabia, Al-Jouf region is characterized by its rich agricultural lands, diversity of crops, olive trees and mineral resources. Al-jouf is also renowned for its wind and solar endowment making it an attractive location for renewable energy investments.