Gulf Advantage Automobiles promotes ‘The Voice Kids’ at the Saudi International Motor Show

The latest from Renault at the Saudi International Motor Show in Jeddah.
Updated 01 January 2018
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Gulf Advantage Automobiles promotes ‘The Voice Kids’ at the Saudi International Motor Show

Gulf Advantage Automobiles (GAA), importer of Renault, promoted “The Voice Kids” program for the first time in Saudi Arabia at the Saudi International Motor Show in Jeddah from Dec. 17 to 21, 2017. All visitors attending the motor show with their kids had the opportunity to reveal their children’s talents and receive valuable gifts.
Gulf Advantage Automobiles confirmed the importance of its participation at the Saudi International Motor Show to showcase the latest Renault models including the Duster SUV, the Captur Crossover, the Koleos SUV, the Talisman Saloon Megane sedan and the Electric Car Twizy. All Renault models offer attractive bargains with strength, safety, functionality, stylish designs, and innovative technology at the best competitive prices in the market.
GAA also expressed great delight to allocate for the first time a specific section of the motor show to “The Voice Kids” program for children to show their passion for music and their vocal talents in a meaningful initiative that confirms the company’s support and sponsorship of many popular programs bringing more joy and happiness to all.
Renault vehicles feature the ideal and perfect balance that combines attractive prices, high quality, and competitive advantages, in addition to the adoption of the highest safety standards. Renault vehicles are tested at Renault Middle East hub in the United Arab Emirates to conform to all weather conditions in the Gulf region, which made it the preferred and number one European automotive brand in Saudi market and earned it customers’ trust and confidence.


Expo spotlights luxury watches

Updated 17 April 2018
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Expo spotlights luxury watches

Salon des Grandes Complications was officially inaugurated by Prince Faisal bin Nawaf at the Jeddah Hilton Hotel last week. Taking place for the first time in Jeddah from April 9-12, the four-day fine watchmaking exhibition offered a unique and exclusive social platform for horology enthusiasts in Jeddah to gather.

Revered mechanical masterpieces were displayed, encompassing the newest innovations, historial savoir-faire and inimitable craftsmanship. Visitors were invited to delve into the world of haute horology and get up close and personal with timepieces that are among the best in the world, interacting with watchmakers and designers themselves. 

The event included celebrated traditional maisons and niche independent companies such as Armand Nicolet, Armin Strom, Blancpain, Breguet, Fabergé, Girard-Perregaux, Greubel Forsey, Harry Winston, Hysek, Jaeger-LeCoultre, Montblanc, Panerai, Quinting and Vacheron Constantin, and with the support of retailers Alfardan Jewellery, Abdullah Said Binzagr Jewellery and Watches, Al-Hussaini and Platinum Sands.

On wrapping up in Jeddah, the Salon des Grandes Complications will move to Riyadh’s Al-Faisaliah Hotel from April 16-19.

Participating brands have crafted some of the most complicated and highly valued timepieces ever and have between them an array of international accolades.

Salon des Grandes Complications was first launched in the UAE in 2014 and after much success, has taken place every year since — in 2017 also branching out to Saudi Arabia. 

In January, Saudi Arabia was named the 12th largest export market for Swiss watches by the Federation of the Swiss Watch Industry, clearly showing its significance within the industry not only in the Middle East, but on a global level. In 2017, the Kingdom was the second biggest market in the region for Swiss watch exports, with a total value of CHF325.1 million ($349.4 million).

Salon des Grandes Complications is held with the support of the Swiss Embassy in Saudi Arabia and Visa International.