The Kingdom’s delegation participates in the opening of the Young Entrepreneurs Summit of the G20 in New Delhi

New Delhi

The G20 Young Entrepreneurs’ Alliance Summit in the Indian capital, New Delhi, with the participation of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s delegation headed by Prince Fahd bin Mansour bin Nasser bin Abdulaziz, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Leadership Vision Association and President of the Saudi Young Entrepreneurs Federation in the G20.
In a key speech during the opening of the summit, which was held in the presence of representatives of the entrepreneurship group in the G20 countries, and from other countries invited to participate in the summit, the Vice-Chairman of the Leadership Vision Association Abdulaziz Al-Saif, confirmed that the event, which lasts until the 15th of this month, is one of the most important and largest gatherings for the sector of young entrepreneurs in the world as it represents an opportunity to exchange experiences and develop ways of cooperation and harmonization in the field.
He pointed out that Saudi Arabia has achieved many accomplishments to provide a stimulating regulatory environment for young entrepreneurs, based on its Vision 2030 in providing many advantages and facilities for entrepreneurs looking to start their projects in the Kingdom, in addition to those wishing to enter the Saudi market or transfer the headquarters of their facilities to it.
The Saudi delegation gave a visual presentation to the audience on the “NEOM” project as a model for future cities.
The Saudi delegation also participated in many plenary sessions and bilateral meetings, which focused on empowering young entrepreneurs, finding opportunities for cooperation between the participating delegations, and strengthening fruitful partnerships.

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