Salience Consulting expands to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: New office to be opened

Salience’s recent success in delivering projects in Saudi Arabia has resulted in a sharp increase in demand for our consulting services. With a client list including NEOM, the CST, MCIT, Al Qiddiya, Rua al Medina, and others, Salience is delighted to announce the opening of our regional headquarters in Riyadh.

As part of our expansion in the Saudi market, we are partnering with Interkey. Interkey is a group of companies that focuses on delivering world-class solutions in the areas of Software Development, Customer Experience, Artificial Intelligence, Communication, and Telecommunication solutions in KSA and offers Salience excellent opportunities to address new fields of consulting.

Salience’s CEO, Ivan Skenderoski said “With Salience winning multiple 8-figure contracts we need to improve our ability to deliver within Saudi Arabia”. Salience’s new office in the Olya district of Riyadh is large enough to support our immediate needs with enough room to grow the local team. “We are really looking forward to hiring young enthusiastic Saudis with strong analytical and ICT skills to give our local team experience across our portfolio of clients including the World Bank, IFC, and the EBRD” Skenderoski added.

Salience founders, both Ivan Skenderoski and Graeme Lowther have expressed a high degree of confidence in the Saudi consulting market. “This is a solid investment we are making in Salience’s future” said Graeme Lowther.  “With our successful expansion in Africa and Europe, we need to be precise about where we place our investments and Saudi offers a healthy growing economy that is increasingly decoupled from Western economies, making it a robust market for consulting for the foreseeable future.”