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The Big 5 Saudi will run for the first time in Riyadh from 24-27 May 2021 at the Riyadh International Convention & Exhibition Centre, driving vital business connections and Vision 2030 objectives and supporting recovery efforts following COVID-19
Ben Greenish, senior vice-president at dmg events, organisers of the Big 5 Saudi, commented, “At a time when construction developments and the business landscape are rapidly changing, we look forward to providing a safe environment where the industry can connect, kick-start business, and drive growth. It is our hope that both the discussions and the partnerships made at the event are going to have a long-term impact on the future outlook of Saudi Arabia’s US$1.4 trillion projects market.”
The Big 5 Saudi returns in 2021 with new co-located events and added features designed to represent and celebrate the construction sector in its entirety. Alongside seven general construction product sectors, the event introduces FM EXPO Saudi; Saudi Clean Expo; HVAC R Expo Saudi; Stone and Surface Saudi Arabia.
Furthermore, ‘The Big 5 Saudi Impact Awards’ launch at the 2021 edition will honour the people, organisations and projects driving transformation in Saudi Arabia’s construction industry. Free and certified education sessions continue at the event, set to help professionals keep up with the latest industry trends and standards.
Osama F Al-Bunyan, chief operating officer, Zamil Industrial Investment Co, said, “The capital is the perfect meeting ground for discussing business and investment opportunities in the Kingdom. We look forward to welcoming the international building community here, and to work together to develop the sector in line with Vision 2030 objectives and standards.”
The construction community can meet, network, and do business in a safe environment at the event, where the ‘dmg events All Secure’ set of safety protocols for exhibitors and visitors will be implemented, following guidelines from UFI, the global association for the exhibition industry’s international standards and in collaboration with the Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre and the kingdom’s authorities.