SCTA and Al-Hokair organize the 8th productive families market at Riyadh Gallery


The Saudi Commission for Tourism and Antiquities (SCTA) is launching today as a part of the programs of the national project for Developing Human Resources (Takamul), the 8th market for productive families at Riyadh Gallery. This comes as a part of the collaboration agreement between SCTA and Al-Hokair for Tourism and Development, and the participation of 19 artisans.

Takamul nominated a number of artisans who completed their training, which was offered by SCTA successfully during the last three years, to enable them to display and market their handicrafts at Al-Hokair group outlets. In addition, the artisans will present live performances.

SCTA has signed a similar agreement with Carrefour hypermarket chain in Saudi Arabia to sell the handicrafts of these trained artisans at its outlets.