We help you do business in Saudi Arabia

Experts in Saudi Success:


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.


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.


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.


"I’d like to thank all the team for organising and facilitating my visit which was far easier than we initially imagined, in many ways even simpler than the UK."

Ian Davies, IPS Converters Ltd

IPS Converters Ltd, a premium manufacturer of disposable medical wipes, visited the Kingdom for a Hosted Market Visit (HMV). The provision of all services by AEI, including visas and accommodation, helped ensure a smooth visit that left them with an instant qualified pipeline of prospects.

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"On behalf of the VEDP Trade Team, I would like to take this opportunity to extend my sincere appreciation for a well-done job! AEI’s actions shined brightly throughout the entire week, and the pre-planning, consulting, match-making and transportation services provided by AEI made the Virginia mission a ‘true’ success."

Diane Thomas, International Trade Manager, Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP)

The end of October saw the culmination of months of hard work as the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) trade mission to Saudi Arabia finally arrived in Riyadh.

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Week 38 – News Update from the Kingdom

According to the official Saudi Press Agency, Saudi Arabia’s General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) issued updated rules for travelers entering the country on Monday, which apply to both residents and visitors. The rules will be effective as of Thursday, September 23, at 12pm. In other news, to prevent health fraud, the Tawakkalna application announced…
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Week 36 – News Update from the Kingdom

Non-Saudis who violate quarantine laws will be deported from the kingdom and permanently banned from returning, the Saudi Ministry of Interior Affairs announced on Tuesday. Saudi Arabia will only allow fully-vaccinated citizens to travel abroad. In other news, The Tawakkalna app has a new feature for education staff, including students and teachers, called “priority reservation.”…
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