Riyadh, Saudi Arabia - Tuesday, 27. December 2022
Bringing together +57 international delegations
the patronage of H.R.H Prince Khaled Al-Faisal, Advisor to the
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and Governor of Makkah Region, the
Ministry of Hajj and Umrah will be organizing ‘Hajj Expo 2023’
conference and exhibition, on 9-12 January 2023.
event is part of the Ministry's ongoing efforts to build an innovative
ecosystem of services and solutions to better serve pilgrims at the Two
Holy Mosques, while enhancing their religious and cultural experiences.
It aims to create an integrated and sustainable ecosystem that improves
pilgrims’ experiences, anticipate their future trends, and establish
opportunities for further collaborations, agreements, and local and
H.E. Minister of Hajj and Umrah, Dr.
Tawfiq bin Fawzan Al-Rabiah, said: “The conference will allow
entrepreneurs, innovators, and researchers from more than 200 global
organizations to share successful experiences, and brainstorm
sustainable quality solutions designed to cater to pilgrims’ aspirations
and needs. This reflects the unrelenting support dedicated by the
Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, and HH the Crown Prince to the Hajj
and Umrah sector, in line with the Saudi Vision 2030.”
delegations from over 56 countries, ‘Expo Hajj’ is expected to witness
the signing of 400 agreements and partnerships. It will feature 10
keynote sessions, 13 panel discussions and ‘Hajj Talks’, as well as 36
workshops and related events and activities, notably the Islamic
exposition and the ‘Hajj Hackathon’.
‘Hajj Expo 2023’ will be
sponsored by several entities and companies, including Kidana
Development Company, Elm, Al Wukalla Company, Catering Contractors
Association, Muslim World League, Rua AlMadinah Holding, Motawifs
Pilgrims for Southeast Asian Countries Co., Alrajhi Umrah, Dallah
Albaraka Holding, Sadu Business Solutions, The Company for Cooperative
Insurance (Tawuniya), and Saudi Arabia Railways (SAR), Saudi Public
Transport Company (SAPTCO), Mohamed Yousuf Naghi Motors Co., Flynas,
Saudi Al-Qaid Transportation Co., Alif Alif FM, High Point Technology
Company, and Casablanca Company for Hotel & Touristic Services Co.
The 2021 edition of the conference saw record numbers with
+45,000 attendees and 115 commercial agreements. The second edition will
feature a wide range of scientific sessions, workshops, and training
programs, with several ministers of Islamic affairs, endowments and
Hajj, ambassadors and consuls, and Hajj and Umrah operators from around
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