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Alliance of Saudi and British expertise

Article-Alliance of Saudi and British expertise

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During the Global Health Exhibition, Al Arrab Consulting and Lexica joined forces to strengthen healthcare developments in KSA.

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)-based Al Arrab Consulting Company (ARCC) signed a strategic partnership agreement with Lexica, a specialist Health and Life Sciences consultancy in the UK, at the recently concluded Global Health Exhibition in Riyadh. The agreement was signed by ARCC’s CEO, Eng. Husam ALasker, and Lexica’s CEO Tina Nolan.

ALasker shared that ARCC is fast expanding into the area of management consulting, serving a number of industries in the government and commercial sectors. The health sector in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is one of the most visible areas they service.

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Dr. Amany Ali Ballow

“This ceremony was extremely important as it expands and aligns with our values for Saudi Vision 2030. This is a union between expertise and experience between the United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia. Al Arrab consulting’s role in this is not only of a leader, but the firm is creating benchmarks in the industry, especially in shaping the healthcare industry and supporting the government’s vision. This partnership brings value with Al Arrab having the necessary experience of the market and Lexica’s long track record of success in serving clients in this sector in the United Kingdom and Europe.

“This is just the beginning of our partnerships which will expand outside the domains of healthcare and tap into areas of logistics and supply chain. The aim is to work together to strengthen our focus on IT, AI, primary care, and tertiary care in hospitals, alongside the KSA Ministry of Health (MOH),” says Dr. Amany Ali Ballow, Consultant Immunology, subspeciality Histocompatibility and Immunogenetics.

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