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Data, CEOs & Investments: how Saudi Arabia is seducing London

During the second day of his official visit in UK, the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman met the head of the Anglican church and the different representatives of the British political groups. London also hosted the Saudi-UK CEO Forum and a workshop held by the National Center for Performance Measurement (Adaa).

Data on ADAA

To be a leading world class economy, you need a performance measurement tool to better understand where the country is going. That’s the reason why the National Center for Performance Measurement (Adaa) has created the International Performance Hub (IPH), an interactive platform designed to track Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) under 12 main pillars, ranging from education and energy to social and industry.

Screen capture of the IPH

Screen capture of the IPH

The platform aggregates and visualizes data from reliable sources including the World Bank, and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). ADAA presented his work at Grace Hall, in the City, giving the chance to better understand the potential of the IPH.

See also

How a Saudi Startup is 3D Mapping Riyadh through Drones and Copters

Saudi-UK CEOs Forum

Hosted at the Mansion House, the Saudi-UK CEOs Forum reflected the diversity of the relationships between the two countries. It counted four sessions about transformation, women, giga-projects for the future -like the Red Sea Project or Neom- and stability. The different panels explored the commercial relationships and the investments opportunities between London and Riyadh.


Published on 9 March 2018



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