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Saudia Arabia opens first all women business and technology park

Saudi Aramco, Princess Nourah University (PNU) and Wipro Arabia, a subsidiary of Wipro, inaugurated the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s first all women Business & Technology Park on Monday. The project is expected to create nearly 21,000 jobs for Saudi women over a period of ten years.

The Women’s Business Park (WBP) is a result of a joint venture between Princess Nourah University (PNU), the largest women’s university in the world, and Wipro Arabia. Saudi Aramco is the strategic advisor and anchor of this initiative. Dedicated to working women, this business park is a first of its kind project aimed at providing knowledge-based employment for women in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, according to a statement released by Wipro.

[Image courtesy: Wipro]

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