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

"AEI Saudi have gone the extra mile to support our CSC delivery team in Kingdom. With the project now entering a 4th successive renewal year, we know our client is extremely satisfied."

Hunter Obrikat, Catalyst Services LLC

CSC needed to provide facilities and logistics services to their Saudi project team. Through our US partner, Catalyst, and with minimal lead time, we facilitated the CSC deployment on schedule, on budget and inclusive of all services needed to relocate several personnel to Saudi for 3 years.

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"We hadn’t seriously considered the Saudi market before meeting AEI Saudi. We thought it would be too difficult hence too expensive. However they made winning our first orders there simple and fast."

Dave Pullen, BeaverFit

AEI Saudi saw the potential of BeaverFit products in Saudi. We were soon supporting them to Arabise their brochures and our dedicated Arabic speaking sales staff were finding them sales. We supported their first Saudi shipments and now distribute their repeat orders throughout the Kingdom.

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LATEST NEWS

Week 30 – News Update from the Kingdom

King Salman bin Abdulaziz was admitted to hospital earlier this week for medical tests. The King underwent a successful surgery to remove his gallbladder and remains in a stable condition having chaired a cabinet session from the hospital. In other news, Saudi Arabia’s economy is expected to grow at an average rate of around 3%…
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Week 29 – News Update from the Kingdom

In a historic ruling a court in Saudi Arabia has ruled in favor of a woman who was on trial for living and traveling on her own to the Kingdom’s capital, Riyadh, without her father’s permission. In other news, Saudi Arabia has launched a SR670 million ($178 million) initiative to help businesses in the Kingdom…
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