Sun, 2018-05-27 00:22
JEDDAH: The Misk Innovation initiative, supported by the Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdul Aziz Foundation (Misk), participated in the International Technology Fair “VivaTech” on Saturday in Paris.
This is the first participation of its kind to support the emerging technological creations of a number of innovators from the Kingdoms youth.
In its pavilion, Misk presented seven technological innovations in various fields, including those that serve the hearing-impaired through technical support, the aviation industry, automotive electronic solutions, road safety, Arabic and international media monitoring, and the perfume industry.
Speaking at the opening of the exhibition on May 24, which was attended by a number of international technology company directors, French President Emmanuel Macron expressed his hope that his country would become a fertile ground for start-ups.
The Saudi ambassador to France, Khaled Al-Anqari, attended the opening of the Saudi Pavilion “Misk Innovation.”
The executive director of Misk Innovation, Dima Al-Yahya, said that the young national talents participating in the three-day event reflected the creativity and innovations of Saudi nationals to the international community, noting that their participation gave them opportunities to learn and develop for the best.
Misk Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and providing opportunities for the Kingdoms youth and leading them to a bright future through Vision 2030 in transforming and diversifying the Saudi economy.
The Misk Innovation initiative aims to promote and support talent and innovation through local and international programs and partnerships in three key areas: Education, culture and information.
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