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Saudi entrepreneurs are establishing their logistics startups, supported by Amazon

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Amazon has announced a start of a new session of its Global Delivery Service Partner Programme. The programme will help Saudi Arabian entrepreneurs set up and manage their own logistics businesses, delivering packages from Amazon. Saudi Arabia is chosen as the first country in the region to host such a programme; later, it will be expanded, including other countries in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). Amazon has launched this programme in partnership with Monsha’at, the General Authority for SMEs, aiming to establish 30 local startups and creating hundreds of job opportunities within the logistic sector. By joining this programme, entrepreneurs will be able to enjoy numerous benefits including access to the company’s delivery technology, specific delivery volume from Amazon, hands-on training, Amazon-branded vehicles, and uniforms.

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