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Virtual Infrastructure Summit: UAE & Saudi Arabia
The Virtual Infrastructure Summits in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates offer U.S. companies opportunities to connect with key government officials, industry decision makers, and government agencies such as the U.S. Department of Commerce and EXIM Bank, through online sessions and optional virtual matchmaking.

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At Each Virtual Infrastructure Summit, Participating Companies Have the Opportunity To:

  • Listen to panel discussions on the latest industry trends through our virtual platform
  • Identify new and emerging markets of opportunity ahead of your competition
  • Learn about U.S. export programs designed to cut your time to market
  • Network with U.S. trade officials, from the U.S. Department of Commerce and the Export Import Bank of the United States (EXIM)
  • Hear from leading private sector exporters and a diverse community of U.S. businesses active in overseas market
  • Virtually connect with foreign buyers, ministry officials and U.S. commercial diplomats though our virtual International Partner Search Service in the weeks following the event.

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Why Attend the MENA Infrastructure Summit?

Why the Gulf

The MENA Infrastructure Summits provide U.S. companies insights into one of the fastest developing regions in the world. From its fast-growing labor force to its strategic location at the intersection between Europe, Africa, and Asia, the Gulf and North Africa represents a region with great economic potential. As countries in the region pursue robust economic development plans, opportunities are rapidly emerging. The Infrastructure Road Shows aim to help U.S. companies compete for these opportunities.
A Favorable Business Environment
Countries in the region are looking to create environments conducive for good business. The UAE ranks first in the Middle East and North Africa in ease of doing business and 16th globally.
High Export Potential and Qualified Workforce
The economic relationship between the U.S. and North Africa is already growing, with the region receiving 40% of all U.S. exports to Africa.
Expansion of Innovative Industries
As governments in the region begin to prioritize diversification, opportunities are emerging in innovative industries from energy renewables to advanced manufacturing.