In his current role as a Chief Executive
Officer at Tamdeen Mall Management
Company K.S.C.C, Kuwait, (a Tamdeen Group
Company) he is responsible for a portfolio of
6 centres with 2 large developments in the
pipeline, approximating 5 million sq.ft.
When analysing and deciding on the location for your entertainment centre, whether it is a mall, cinema or theme park, there is more to consider than just current accessibility. How do you find balance between economic and environmental sustainability? How do you ensure your destination will still be accessible in the far future?
The Tamdeen Group is strengthening Kuwait’s position as a regional shopping, entertainment and conservative tourism destination with 3 mixed-use retailtainment destinations such as the 360 MALL, Al Kout Mall and the upcoming 4-storey Al Khiran Outlet Mall, which are keeping customers happy, how are these hybrid malls doing it?
The country is stepping up to a new age of tourism by developing and operating world-class entertainment and leisure facilities set to be ready by 2022. With recent increase of developments in other GCC countries, the region’s tourism has been stagnating but there are plans in place to increase this again. This summer, the government announced upgrading plans for Entertainment City, which will include a variety of new attractions for local and regional visitors. Kuwait is not trying to compete with Dubai or Saudi Arabia on the international entertainment scene and is keen to offer something a bit different. The country is also the home to new mixed-use malls and top class cinemas.
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