Huawei is preparing to make Riyadh its Middle East headquarters, which aligns with the push of Saudi Arabia to become a tech center of the region.
According to media reports, Huawei is already in discussion with Saudi authorities to upgrade its presence in the country. Currently, Huawei has not officially announced this Saudi Arabia deal but you should know that the Chinese tech maker already operates regional headquarters in Dubai and Bahrain.
Saudi Arabia announced that from the beginning of 2024, government entities will be restricted from doing business with foreign firms that don’t have regional headquarters in the country.
Back in December, Huawei signed MoU with the Saudi Arabian government. The MoU includes projects for cloud computing, high-tech complexes in cities, and fulfillment of required communication gears in government offices.
In February, Huawei also opened its largest overseas flagship store in Saudi Arabia’s Riyadh, which expands over 2000 square meters with a minimalist design and provides a full-scenario experience to consumers.
Compared to that, the new Huawei store is expanding to 600 square meters and offers customers the to experience various technologies. These include devices such as smartphones, tablets, notebooks, wearables, and more.
It’s good to know that Huawei is expanding its ties in the Middle East and the new headquarters will help the company to achieve better results.