Riyadh – The leading business entity Nawazinda Group based in Saudi Arabia hosted a high-profile event in Riyadh on Monday where ambassadors, diplomats and businessmen from over 17 countries participated, in order to promote trade, business and diplomacy between India and the friendly nations.
The Indian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, H.E. Dr. Ausaaf Saeed while speaking to the guests at Riyadh’s Intercontinental Hotel, highlighted the warm business relations India upholds with Saudi Arabia, Africa and the other nations.
“We are going through an extraordinary curve where India and Saudi Arabia have support at higher level for business engagements,” Dr. Saeed said.
“Government of India has robust business policy towards African countries, and India has invested over $54 billion in Africa so far,” he added.
He further stated that, more than 8000 African students are trained by technical colleges of India.
India’s newly appointed Deputy Chief of Mission (DCM) to Saudi Arabia, Dr. Pradeep Singh Rajpurohit highlighted about the future investment opportunities in India, and the potential it holds for the investors.
Director of Telecommunications Consultants India Limited (TCIL), Shri. Kamendra Kumar Sharma, an engineer from IIT Roorkee–who started his career as a Defense Scientist, spoke about his varied experience in implementing top-notch technical projects in African nations through the government of India.
Vice President of the Group, Engineer Saeeduddin facilitated Shri. Sharma and enlisted his past and present accomplishments.
Prominent Indian entrepreneur and director of World Business Group (WBG) Dr. Ashraf Ali, was the key coordinator of the event. He heads a number of projects in India and Middle-east, while “he serves as a guide and a helping hand for the budding entrepreneurs”—his associates describe.
Chairman of the Group, Dr. Said Al-Rabiah expressed the vote of thanks and extended regards to the guests, while appreciating the coordinators.
Nawazinda Group under its CEO Shakeel Khan provides a range of services in telecommunications, IT, software, transportation, civil and electrical engineering, with its branches spread all over India, United Arab Emirates, Canada, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, and the United States of America.