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Royal Commission marks 3rd Visit of Young Entrepreneurs Delegation
​Royal Commission marks 3rd Visit of Young Entrepreneurs Delegation 
HE Engr. Abdulaziz N. Al-Atarji, GM of Strategic Planning and Investment Department of Royal Commission in Jubail and a number of Planning and Investment Directors welcomed and received on Wednesday the delegation of Young Entrepreneurs Organization at the Royal Commission Visitor Center headed by its President Salman Al-Jishi, which included 48 investors representing 15 different countries.
 
During the visit, GM Al-Atarji briefed the delegation about the history of Royal Commission and the establishment of Jubail Industrial City as Saudi Arabia’s pilot experiment in developing the city but now has continuously reaping success and earned outstanding achievements in the field of petrochemicals and manufacturing industries through the leadership of King Abdullah, Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques. He also led the delegation to the Visitor Center exhibit where the delegation took a glimpse of some pictures and projects that have been implemented which further highlighted great developments in Jubail Industrial City.
 
According to GM Al-Atarji, Royal Commission has already established various industrial incubators that will help and encourage young entrepreneurs to lay down their plans and innovative ideas that will support eventually Saudi’s national economy.
 
Meanwhile, President Al-Jishi was impressed to what he saw in Jubail’s big transformation compared to his last visit 35 years ago where according to him had seen a couple of houses but now Jubail is considered as the biggest home of petrochemicals and manufacturing industries in the world, owing it to the large volume of businesses that has provided gateway for investments and job opportunities for the youth.
 
At the conclusion of their visit, the delegation expressed their appreciation of the warm welcome and wishes Royal Commission management and other government entities continued success in its various future endeavors.