GE’s innovation in center in Dharhan, Saudi Arabia, is already helping to train women.

Saudi Aramco, GE and Tata Consultancy Services are paying attention. They plan to open Saudi Arabia’s first all-female business services and training center in the capital Riyadh. Saudi women employed at the center, which will be jointly owned by Tata (76 percent) and GE (24 percent), will initially help Saudi Aramco and GE to manage their supply chains, but the facility will expand to support other clients. The center will also work with leading Saudi universities and educational institutions and develop specialized training programs to broaden its reach and create more jobs for women.

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