Companies that own free trade zones, which are areas designated by the government for duty-free entry of goods. The free trade zones are either general or industry-specific zones that host companies in various sectors (including media, financial services, education, health care, and other industries). Free trade zones generally offer tax incentives, full ownership rights, and simplified regulations to tenants.
Companies that develop, operate, manage, lease, sell, broker, appraise, or invest in residential and commercial real estate property holdings (including free trade zones, industrial parks, special zones, shopping malls, mixed use developments, and others).
Companies that own commercial, residential, and mixed-use real estate properties. These properties include Free Trade Zones, Industrial Parks, Special Zones, Shopping Malls, and others.
Companies that design, create, and promote websites and e-commerce websites, used for online trading of goods and services, in addition to providing support services such as training, updating, upgrading, maintenance and other services.
Companies that primarily invest in companies that operate in the education sector. The investment companies include private equity, holding, and venture capital firms.
Institutions that offer instruction and vocational training in a variety of academic and non-academic subjects other than fine arts, sports, and language. Instruction can range from skills for personal enrichment to training for career or educational opportunities. Those include religious instruction, first aid instruction, life guard training, self defense instruction, bridge instruction, driver training schools, and other instruction or training.
Companies that provide services related to computers that include software development and reselling, website services, website and database hosting, storage services, network setup and maintenance, consultation, IT auditing, and other related services.
Companies that operate and manage commercial and residential properties. Management activities include planning and supervising, overseeing rent collection, maintenance, security, housekeeping services, and other managerial tasks. Companies may manage properties that the are owned by them or manage properties on behalf of other owners.
Academic institutions that offer higher education degrees.
Companies that design, manufacture, assemble, and distribute computers and computer hardware (including personal, large-scale, and specialized computers, computer peripheral devices, other computer-based systems) and companies that provide services related to computers including development, programming, consulting, distribution, installation, maintenance, and other support services.
Learning institutions including childcare, elementary and secondary schools, colleges and universities, vocational schools or institutions, and institutions that provide educational support services.
Institutions that offer instruction and vocational training in a variety of academic and non-academic subjects (including language, fine arts, sports and recreation, and other subjects). Instruction can range from skills for personal enrichment to training for career or educational opportunities.
Companies that manage and operate real estate properties that include residential, commercial, touristic, and mixed-use properties (also referred to as "Facilities Management"). The companies manage tenant leasing/rental contracts, payment collection, subcontracting and supervising of other services such as cleaning and maintenance of the facility. These managed properties exclude free trade zones, industrial parks, special zones, shopping malls, and/or hotel properties.
Institutions that offer vocational education, which include technical schools and training centers. The training can range from skills for personal improvement to job-specific certification.
Institutions that offer foreign language instruction, including sign language.
Companies that provide services related to websites including website design and development, e-Commerce (electronic commerce) website design and marketing, website hosting, and other services such as training and maintenance services.
Institutions of higher education, engaged in offering academic courses and granting degrees at undergraduate and graduate levels. The requirements for admission are a high school diploma or equivalent academic training.
Companies that primarily invest in companies that operate in the education sector. The investment companies include conventional and Islamic private equity, holding, and venture capital firms.