Prince Alwaleed, Indian ambassador discuss investment issues

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman of KHC, discusses investment issues with Ahmed Javed, ambassador of India to Saudi Arabia. The meeting was also attended by Ahmed Altobaishi and Ziyad Alomair, executive assistants to Prince Alwaleed.
Updated 21 October 2017
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Prince Alwaleed, Indian ambassador discuss investment issues

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, chairman of Kingdom Holding Company (KHC), received in his office in Riyadh Ahmed Javed, ambassador of India to Saudi Arabia. The meeting was also attended by Ahmed Altobaishi and Ziyad Alomair, executive assistants to Prince Alwaleed.
The meeting began as the ambassador thanked Prince Alwaleed for giving him the opportunity to meet with him, commending him on his local, regional and international investments. During the meeting, the ambassador expressed his government’s desire for Prince Alwaleed to further invest in their country. Prince Alwaleed discussed his investments through KHC in India that include the Four Seasons Hotel in Mumbai via Four Seasons management and Movenpick in Bangalore, in addition to Fairmont in Jaipur, Sofitel in Mumbai and 58 hotels through Accor, and in the banking sector through Citigroup.
In 2010, Prince Alwaleed visited Dharavi (North Mumbai, a slum over parts of Sion), Hajji Ali Mosque, Bhau Daji Lad Museum, Mani Bhavan, the residence of Mahatma Gandhi, and the Gateway of India. During the visit, Prince Alwaleed was received by Mukesh Ambani, chairman and CEO of Reliance Industries Ltd., at his residence. Moreover, during the visit Prince Alwaleed was received by Ratan N. Tata, chairman of TATA Group at the Taj Mahal Hotel.
In 2009, Prince Alwaleed had received Tata and hosted a dinner in his honor at Kingdom Resort in Riyadh. In 2005, Prince Alwaleed visited India where he met with former President A. P. J. Abdul Kalam at the presidential office.


Dodge supports women drivers in KSA

Updated 16 July 2018
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Dodge supports women drivers in KSA

Dodge has unveiled a dedicated campaign to empower women drivers. Focused on social media and digital platforms, the campaign features a special video for the Dodge brand entitled “She Roars.”
With women driving in the Kingdom now a reality, there may still be some lingering questions in the minds of female drivers: “Am I ready? Is it really happening? Can I change the norm? Can I do it? Am I ready?” These questions are answered in the Dodge “She Roars” video with the empowering message — “I am Ready”!
Dodge’s campaign will highlight the advanced performance, features, technology and safety innovations available in Dodge vehicles that will make women drivers confident that they are indeed ready for the road.
Supported with a free pickup and delivery service and roadside assistance package available only to female drivers choosing any model from the Dodge lineup, United Motors Company (UMC) — the sole distributor for Alfa Romeo, Chrysler, Dodge, Fiat, Fiat Professional, Jeep, Ram and Mopar in Saudi Arabia — is offering a warm welcome to women looking to hit the road.
UMC’s roadside assistance package, also accessible via a dedicated mobile app, offers immediate support should there be any one of a wide range of common issues, including battery failure, flat tires, running out of fuel, traffic accidents and mechanical/electrical problems.
The Dodge range — Charger, Challenger, Durango and Neon — offers features such as LED headlamps, state-of-the-art TorqueFlite eight-speed transmissions, dual exhausts, leather wrapped steering wheels plus Alcantara and Laguna leather finishes. Among the many available safety features are blind spot and cross path detection, rear parking sensors, rear view camera and advanced air bag systems.