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In the Riyadh Front neighborhood in the Saudi Arabian kingdom’s capital city, Amazon formally unveiled its new corporate office. Amazon is also aiming to start a program to empower and develop Saudi talent in conjunction with this vacancy.
Employees from several divisions of Amazon’s Saudi Arabia business, such as e-commerce, smart devices, Amazon Payments Services, Amazon Internet Services, and Amazon Advertising, will be housed in the company’s new office.
The Riyadh Front Tower, the tallest building in the neighborhood, is where Amazon’s new office is located, providing an ideal work environment to draw and keep talent. Since its establishment in Saudi Arabia in 2020, Amazon has hired more than 1,400 individuals across a variety of departments. The firm also opened a new office to draw in more local talent and support its efforts to innovate on behalf of customers.
- According to Amazon’s vice president for the Middle East and North Africa, “We are happy to officially open our new office in the Saudi Arabian capital, reaffirming our dedication to supporting the Kingdom’s social and economic development in line with the Saudi Vision 2030 and serving Amazon customers, vendor partners, and employees there. We’ll keep expanding our investments in the Kingdom across a range of industries, such as e-commerce, smart gadgets, and payment services, among others “.
- In addition to constructing a new office, Amazon is also preparing to introduce a new program to develop local talent. Details of the program are expected to be made public later this year.
- “At Amazon, we talk about employing builders who will help us invent and innovate on behalf of our customers,” said Abdo Chlala, the director of Amazon GCC. With the opening of our new office, we anticipate welcoming not only our current builders but also new talent through our upcoming talent program.
- In order to promote SMEs throughout the Kingdom, Amazon also inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Investment and the Small and Medium Enterprises General Authority earlier in March. The MoU will help a number of entrepreneurs launch new logistics firms, increase Amazon’s visibility in the local market, and enable tens of thousands of small and medium-sized businesses to sell their goods to millions of customers throughout the Kingdom.
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