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- Gaining access to detailed information about MENA projects?
- Contacting key decision makers?
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- Gaining visibility of project stakeholders and tracking their live activity?
- Forecasting market developments by country to plan its growth strategy?
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“MEED Projects, rich in project data provides us with comprehensive, up-to-date and accurate project information to monitor industry development opportunities. The regular alerts it provides, helps us to track the upcoming projects in an effective and efficient way ensuring greater focus on our preferred area. In other words, MEED Projects is the best tool to keep a close watch on projects activity in the region”
MEED Projects allows Saudi Aramco to effectively evaluate our capital resource program. In concentrated markets such as the Middle East, we have to compete harder to get the best resources. Having the complete MEED Projects package ensures we have full visibility of the projects market and the correct balance of contractors working on Saudi Aramco's projects.
MEED Projects helps us to identify business prospects in the region and analyse market trends. Their research team does a great job to keep us abreast with reliable information on movements in the projects from inception to its completion.
All of our marketing content produced from MEED Projects data and content to provide you with free access to projects tables, projects relevant articles, infographics and videos.
- Construction industry faces greater challenges in 2021 (July 2020)
- Gulf states shed $27bn as project completions outpace awards (June 2020)
- WEBINAR: The outlook for construction in the GCC. The impact of Covid-19 (June 2020)
- Coronavirus (COVID-19) Executive Briefing - updated on 4th June 2020 (June 2020)
- WEBINAR: $127bn forecast of MENA project opportunities during covid-19 (May 2020)
- WEBINAR: Impact of Covid-19 on the projects market in the MENA - update 3 (April 2020)
- WEBINAR: Impact of Covid-19 on the projects market in the MENA - update 2 (April 2020)
- Coronavirus Executive Briefing | Covid-19 impact (April 2020)
- WEBINAR: Impact of Covid-19 on the projects market in the MENA region - update 1 (March 2020)
- Oil and Gas projects risk coronavirus delays (March 2020)
MEED Projects is a premium subscription-only online service providing the most in-depth project tracking platform in the region. MEED Projects database was launched in 2001 and has been a powerful resource for executives in many industries across the region.
Edward James has been with MEED for eleven years. Until September 2008 he was MEED’s Gulf Bureau Chief. He wrote features and news for MEED magazine on nearly all of the countries of the region. His specific areas of expertise are hydrocarbons, power and water, and the petrochemical market. He has also worked as a consultant in the Gulf for UK risk consultancy firm Control Risks. He is a regular guest commentator on Middle East issues for news channels such as the BBC, CNN and ABC News and is a regular speaker at events in the region. He has an honours degree in Arabic and Middle East Politics.
Greg Turner has worked as a Commercial Director at MEED since 2014, where he heads up the commercial function. Since graduating from The University of Reading in 2000 Greg has held a number of commercial positions and leadership roles in organisations in both UK and the Middle East. Greg’s current responsibilities include leading MEED’s Account Management, Sales and Marketing teams, driving MEED’s growth into international markets and ensuring MEED customers receive world class customer service.