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Incubator and Entrepreneurship Center

The Incubator and Entrepreneurship Center was established by the official appointment of the chancellor (rule 38144139) on 09/06/1438H. The university aims to achieve the goals of the 2030 vision through the center and keep up with the Kingdom’s developmental and economic growth. Entrepreneurship, startups, medium and small enterprises are considered some of the most important parts of economic development. These help to create job opportunities, support innovation, and increase exports. They also help small and medium enterprises to contribute to the local market, spread enlightenment about entrepreneurship, and create a supportive environment for the creativity of entrepreneurs and owners of small and medium enterprises to turn ideas into products, services, and startups.

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Directors Message

Directors Message


Mr. Abdulaziz Al-Ghamdi

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has begun to undergo significant changes quickly. These changes have been economic as well as social and coincide with the Kingdom’s belief in the capabilities of its youth to keep up with and contribute to these changes. The Kingdom has one of the highest percentages of youth, reaching 70% of the population, thus making them the main contributors to the local economic market. For this reason, the Kingdom has made it a priority to support its youth and help them turn their ideas into products and services that help meet the demands of the local economic market.
   Over time, it has been proven that an economy based on knowledge and experience fuels modern economies and creativity and creates jobs. This is the starting point for one of the main strategic goals in building a robust economic system that contributes to increasing local produce by 35% in keeping with the 2030 vision.
   Albaha has many economic components and investment opportunities, especially in agriculture, tourism, and mining. Despite its size, Alabama is considered the birthplace of some of the best business people who have contributed to the Saudi economy over the last few decades. The launch of the 2030 vision has allotted entrepreneurship and small/medium businesses a valuable slot in the local economy, and for the role of these businessmen to continue, the need for a center that supports entrepreneurship projects across Albaha has become a significant priority and necessity. This is where the idea of establishing the entrepreneurship center came from, and the University of Albaha is to be its sponsor as it has the resources to help it achieve its goals.