A group of European businessmen was given investment opportunities by the Saudi Camel Club and the International Camel Organization.
Businessmen in Riyadh were presented with intriguing investment opportunities in the camel market.
Owners from Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, as well as staff from organizations involved in the sector, were among those who attended the gathering.
Arab-Belgian Chamber of Commerce for Foreign Trade (AWEX) and the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, shared their knowledge in health care, the environment, agriculture, and entertainment with Saudi camel owners.
Muhammad Al-Yami, the Camel Club’s Director of Investment, said the camel industry has recently achieved significant progress, some of which can be seen in the data from the King Abdulaziz International Camel Festival.
Al Yami underlined the Camel Club’s need for more alternatives for collaborating with the European side, exchanging ideas and experiences,
Companies from Belgium and Luxembourg presented their animal husbandry activities.
A debate about the camel-derived businesses, as well as the food and veterinary sectors, took place between many camel owners and representatives of European companies.
The two parties learned about each other’s educational techniques and how to improve their knowledge in this subject.