February 14, 2021
February 14, 2021
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Family Business Histories – Case Study Launch
The 60-Year Journey of the Almajdouie Group
The Family Business Histories research initiative is the first and most ground-breaking project mapping family business legacies in the MENASA region their impact on the regional economy, society and culture.
Family Business Histories publications consist of a series of case studies which explore the historical evolution of selected leading family businesses in the MENASA region. The historical narratives shed a light on the businesses’ multi-generational quest for longevity in spite of internal and contextual challenges.
In this webinar, we are proud to present to you the second case study in the series, conducted with Almajdouie Group. Founded in 1965 by Ali Ibrahim Almajdouie, Almajdouie Holding started out as a land transportation company in Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province and has grown to incorporate multiple business lines in various industries alongside logistics. Headquartered in Dammam, the Group has over 5,000 employees in Saudi Arabia and associate offices across North America, Europe, the Far East, Middle East, and Africa. Today, five of the founder’s children occupy executive roles in the family business and members of the third generation have recently begun to join the group.
Participation upon invitation only.
- Abdullah Ali Almajdouie, Vice Chairman of Almajdouie Holding
- Martin A. Klimke, Program Head of History, Associate Professor of History, New York University Abu Dhabi
- Farida F. El Agamy, General Manager, Tharawat Family Business Forum
- The entrepreneurial journey of the Almajdouie Group
- How to create a lasting family business legacy
- Family business history as a learning tool for the next generations
For questions please contact [email protected]
Get an insight into the worldwide unique research program between the New York University Abu Dhabi and Tharawat Family Business Forum. Read more about this unique project here!
In Partnership with NYU Abu Dhabi