The Anglo Arab Alliance gains Royal support
Source: BI-ME , Author: Posted by BI-ME staff
Posted: Thu May 31, 2012 11:53 pm

SAUDI ARABIA. Yet more good news for the Anglo Arab Alliance today as their ranks swelled to include Saudi royalty. Prince Faisal-Al-Saud, nephew of His Royal Highness King Abdullah, joins the board of AAA as their Senior Middle East Advisor.

Prince Faisal already commands an impressive business empire, spanning multiple successful businesses in various countries around the world. His companies employ thousands of people worldwide. The Prince is also a published author, trained public orator and avid collector of Arabic Art.

Fluent in multiple languages, the Prince studied in America and is a prolific businessman across the world, often pictured with celebrities on the world stage due to his love for arts, music and film. Highly educated and with a wealth of business experience combined with a worldwide network of contacts, the Prince is an invaluable addition to the AAA.

The ability to secure Royal backing is further testament to the groundwork put in by the founders of the Anglo Arab Alliance. Royal backing anywhere in the world is a rare commodity, and Saudi Arabia is no exception. Having Prince Faisal choose to join the board of the AAA is a rare honor, and not something that AAA directors are taking lightly.

AAA vice chairman Kabir Ahmed stated in an interview that “We are truly blessed that Prince Faisal has chosen to join us. We have in only a few weeks gained board members that our competitors can only dream of, and we are looking forward to the Prince opening lucrative new avenues of trade for our customers.”

Mr. Ahmed is certainly right about the Prince offering new avenues of trade, with this new Royal backing AAA stands to rapidly become a massive player in the importing of UK luxury brands to the Middle East. The Prince joining the AAA at this early stage in the company’s life will allow his guidance to be prevalent throughout the fledgling stages of the business, something which can only be good news for AAA and their

Photo: Prince Faisal-Al-Saud.

About The Anglo Arab Alliance

The Anglo Arab Alliance is a company based in the UK and Saudi Arabia, their primary service is to provide a route to market for UK based luxury brands who want to sell products into the Middle East.

For more information, please visit www.angloaraballiance.com

 

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