We help you do business in Saudi Arabia

Experts in Saudi Success:

CONSULTING
PRACTICE

The Saudi market can be opaque. We help you decide if Saudi is right for you and, if so, how best to approach the market. We then provide continuous insight so you always stay one step ahead.

SUPPORT
SERVICES

From accommodation to visas, our cost effective, pay-per-month business support services allow you to rapidly set up, operate and focus on your core business in the Kingdom without distraction.

MANPOWER
SERVICES

Putting 'boots on the ground' can be complex in the Kingdom. Our Manpower Services allow you to quickly deploy staff in the market, even before you have created your own Saudi entity.

TESTIMONIALS

"The Residency service in particular has enabled us to make a much more comfortable transition to life in Riyadh than would have been possible with hotels and local taxis."

Donal McElwee, Portas Consulting

June 2015 saw Portas Consulting enter the Kingdom with AEI initially supporting their accommodation and transport. Since then, AEI has provided Portas with Saudi commercial advice and most recently, the ability to employ staff locally as their footprint in Kingdom has continued to grow.

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"The British Embassy recommended us to AEI and we are very pleased that they did. The support so far has been excellent and we look forward to a growing relationship over the coming years."

James Heron, Network Rail Consulting

In 2017 AEI began running a managed vehicle service for Network Rail Consulting, including new 4x4s, uniformed drivers and a 24/7 dispatch service. This was followed soon after by a compound management service and procurement services for all NRC employees in KSA.

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LATEST NEWS

Week 34 – News Update from the Kingdom

A drone attack launched by Yemen’s Houthi group on an oilfield in the Eastern Region of Saudi Arabia on Saturday caused a fire at a gas plant but had no impact on oil production, state-run oil company Saudi Aramco said. The remote Shaybah field produces around one million barrels per day, just under 10 percent…
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Week 33 – News Update from the Kingdom

A statement released by the Saudi state-owned energy giant Aramco reveals that the first half net income for 2019 had dropped to $46.9 billion, compared to $53.0 billion for the same period last year. The drop in income has been attributed to lower crude oil prices. Saudi Crown Prince MbS continues to insist on a…
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