The Business Year pens agreement with Federation of Saudi Chambers

Riyadh, June 6, 2022—The Business Year has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Federation of Saudi Chambers. The partnership marks another boost to The Business Year’s research into the Kingdom’s economic acceleration.

With special focus on fintech, digitalization, and sports and entertainment, The Business Year is undertaking several research projects that will yield niche special reports alongside its annual publication, The Business Year: Saudi Arabia 2022/23. Together, these reports will be a vital reference to those looking to have insights into each sector and the opportunities therein. As the umbrella representative of the business community in the Kingdom, the Federation of Saudi Chambers will provide invaluable support to the Business Year’s objectives. This partnership will help drive forward research and highlight the business opportunities for the international investor community.

Hussain Alabdulkader, Acting Secretary General for the Federation of Saudi Chambers, and Alena Hakansson, Managing Director of The Business Year in Saudi Arabia, met to sign the agreement, with both sides expressing their enthusiasm to be working together. “The FSC is thrilled to be continuing its partnership with The Business Year to utilize the company’s expertise in promoting the fast-developing business and economic landscape in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia’s economy is driving forward with its far-reaching economic ambitions as part of the Vision 2030, which offers plenty of opportunities for international investors,” said Hussain Alabdulkader. TBY’s Alena Hakansson stated; “Our research in the Kingdom continues to provide essential insights into the fast-accelerating economy. We are looking forward to collaborating with FSC to display the Kingdom’s transformative agenda and evolution on the global stage.”

The MoU was signed after taking into consideration TBY’s experience as a global media group that has been providing investors, businesses, and governments with first-hand insights into the world’s most dynamic markets and sectors for over a decade, and the Federation’s position as the vital organisation promoting the business opportunities within the Kingdom. The coverage will feature the insights from a wide range of local business leaders and government entities across all sectors that will shed light on the major themes and trends driving the Saudi economy.

TBY’s research within the Kingdom will be distributed both domestically and globally and will reach an even larger audience via TBY’s extensive network of digital platforms. All interviews and content will be also available on the key business information platforms, including Bloomberg Terminal, Refinitiv Eikon, Dow Jones Factiva, and FactSet. It will also be available on PressReader, Google Books, and at