The Social Development Bank, the main source of financing in the field of small and emerging projects aimed at empowering young girls and to contribute to an active and influential role in the economic revival of the country.
Designed Saudi Credit and Savings trails program to be a supporter of youth and girls who have the desire and ambition to practice self-employment and blaze a trail of success toward autonomy by owning their own business arm, and is characterized by paths program Bhmolath for all business activities, without specifying a particular activity which gives the area welcome the owners of ideas to choose what fits with their interests and abilities, and the program was adopted in the division of five tracks on the quality of the project in terms of size of investment, or those projects that collects certain properties or those entrepreneurs who share similar attributes, and the trails program on a number of goals that will strengthen the national economy and provide social welfare for the homeland and the citizen
Impact46 is a CMA authorized asset manager and advisor focused on alternative investment opportunities in Saudi Arabia, providing unique innovative investment products and services to local & international institutions, family groups, endowments, and high net worth investors. We invest in theme-specific private equity opportunities across different stages of development from idea generation (start ups) to mature profitable businesses.
Our name represent our roots, based in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, longitude line 46. Impact46 aims to impact the venture capital space starting from its hometown of Riyadh with the goal to spread the ripple effect into the region as a whole.
It is a Saudi Arabian corporate venture capital firm established by Almajdouie Holding LLC in 2015. It provides funding for the seed and early stage startups in Saudi Arabia and MENA region.
RAED Ventures is Almajdouie Holding foray into the world of tech investing. The primary goal of the fund is to create substantial financial and strategic returns to its investors, while delivering exceptional value to its portfolio companies.
Theodore L. ("Trey") Goede III has been working for Saudi Aramco Entrepreneurship Center for over six years, mainly around a $200MM venture fund launched by Saudi Aramco in 2013 to diversify the Kingdom’s economy and create high quality Saudi jobs. After participating in fund formation, Mr. Goede helped lead the fund through its first 22 approved transactions in 4.5 years. Mr. Goede has also served on the Board of Directors of many Aramco Entrepreneurship Ventures portfolio companies including PayTabs, an online payment services company, SafeRoad, a GPS vehicle tracking company, Golden Scent, a perfume and beauty supply ecommerce company, Geophysical Equipment Factory Limited, an oil and gas exploration and geophysical equipment manufacturing company, and Virtual Vision, an ICT services company specializing in cloud solutions. Mr. Goede is also a member of the Investment Committee for the King Fahd University of Petroleum & Minerals’ Entrepreneurship Institute funding program, an Investment Committee member at Dhahran Techno Valley Corporation for its funding initiatives, and an Advisory Board Member for the College of Engineering at Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University. In 2014, Mr. Goede co-created a Professional Certification in Innovation class for the accredited Saudi Aramco leadership development department as an Instructor, where the class is now being offered on a quarterly basis for Aramco employees and the wider external ecosystem. Additionally, Mr. Goede co-founded the Saudi Aramco sponsored Innovation Ecosystem Society and he serves on its Board of Directors, and more recently, he became Co-Director of Google Startup Grind Dhahran. Previously, Mr. Goede was Chief Executive Officer of Affinity Wind, LLC, a wind energy development company, which he founded in 2007. After raising $1.5MM from individual investors and a major university, and then forming a strategic joint venture with turbine manufacturer Suzlon Corporation for an additional $3MM of funding, Affinity developed a portfolio of wind projects located in the United States. He was formerly Executive Vice President of River City Internet Group, LLC, a privately-held investment and holding company focused on developing, owning and operating businesses primarily in the Information Communication Technology (“ICT”) sector. While at River City Internet Group, Mr. Goede started several businesses related to technology and telecommunications, including Electric Internet, a Broadband over Power Line joint venture with a United States public utility, Ameren Corporation. Previously in 1998, he was Vice President of Primary Network, which Mr. Goede helped develop into one of the nation's largest regional ISPs before raising over $50 million to fund its growth to offer local and long-distance telephone and DSL services. In 1999, Primary Network was recognized as the fastest growing technology company in the St. Louis area, and the thirteenth fastest in the United States. Mr. Goede was recognized by Fast Forward/St. Louis Business Journal as one of the publication's “30 under 30” business people, twice recognized as one of the Most Influential St. Louisans (2011 and 2012), along with Who’s Who in Energy honors in 2012. Mr. Goede served on Missouri Governor Bob Holden's Information Technology Roundtable Committee and contributed to a Battelle Memorial Institute study related to technology. Mr. Goede has served on a number of Boards including Affinity Wind, Ameren Pure Power, FinServe Tech Angels, Boston College Energy and Environment Alumni Network, Missouri Department of Economic Development-Energy Sector, Missouri Association of PACE Professionals, Cultivation Capital (Entrepreneur In Residence) and River City Internet Group. Mr. Goede was an adjunct professor in the Business School’s Entrepreneur Department at St. Louis University from 2004-2012, the 7th best Entrepreneur program in the United States. Mr. Goede holds a Bachelor of Science in Marketing and a Bachelor of Science in Business Operations and Strategic Management, both from Boston College.
Nama Fund is a seed stage venture capital fund focused on fueling Arab innovation, particularly in Saudi Arabia. Nama Fund is part of a larger Saudi Capital Markets Authority (CMA) authorized asset manager called Impact 46.
Nama Fund prides itself on being an investment fund committed to nurturing ideas that guide our founders to create exceptional companies.
If you are an entrepreneur who is ready to take the plunge, it would be our privilege to join you on your journey.
Nama Fund is built upon the fundamental idea of enabling entrepreneurs to succeed. And as founders of Nama, we are thrilled to finally have the platform to implement it. Our hope is that entrepreneurs willing to partner with us will see and feel our value-add approach to investing, which enables our entrepreneurs and their companies to triumph.
We aspire to create a spirit of entrepreneurship all around us, from Riyadh to the whole region. The future awaits.
Let’s take a ride down this road together.
Mad’a Investment Company is a Private Equity firm headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia and a wholly owned subsidiary of Abdul Aziz Al Othaim & Sons Holding Company (ASO&SONS). We aim to assist businesses to reach their true potential by unlocking values which otherwise could not have been realized. We strive to create exceptional value to businesses through our team of investment and operating professionals working collaboratively with the management of our portfolio companies. We as a Saudi Company are committed to contributing to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and our Investment Strategy is aligned with the Vision 2030
We are an early stage angel investors network, investing with passion and dedication in ambitious entrepreneurs to define and dominate a new generation of digital economy creators
Our IQ and EQ is what sets us apart. We view the world through an expanded lens that enables us to have the diversity of perspectives needed to challenge industry norms and spark the unexpected.