Headquartered in Al Khobar with new facilities planned in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s Immersive Entertainment Company has partnered with Atech Group International to provide themed construction services internationally.
The move that will position the two companies to service theme and water parks, museum, cultural centres and exhibitions specialist works requirements, specifically in the MENA region but throughout ongoing projects worldwide.
The deal was reached as part of an international expansion strategy that will allow the two companies to increase their customer and project reach internationally. The company will be headquartered in Riyadh with production facilities in Thailand (South East Asia) and design support facilities in Australia.
“We always considered acquisition of a major stake holding in established industry luminaires the natural next step in our companies growth and development. This agreement has been under consideration for quite some time, essentially the synergy was undeniable, more importantly the respective executive management teams have a shared vision for the future”, said Mr. Naif Aljudee, co-founder Immersive Entertainment. “After meeting with the principals of Atech Group International, we knew instantly that joining forces was the correct approach, at the correct time…By combining Immersive Entertainments financial resources, reputation and regional establishment with Atech Group Internationals presence, portfolio and momentous project history we have created the best of both worlds.”
“We are extremely grateful that our international achievements have been deservedly recognized by Immersive Entertainment and this allows us to pursue a robust strategy of engagement in the MENA region and adds substantially to our international capacity and capability,” said Somkiat Chaichan, MD, Atech Group International. “The opportunities are immense, as are the challenges but in combining our resources of creative talent, design, project and construction management teams, we truly believe that we can enrich the experience of not just the end user but also that of the developer.”