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Saudi Entertainment Academy Established to Train National Talents
Published in Saudi Press Agency on 19 - 06 - 2019

MINA Education and Development & Bunyan Development Ltd. have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to establish and operate the Saudi Entertainment Academy which will offer specialized entertainment courses and programs.
The MoU was recently signed at the General Entertainment Authority's (GEA) headquarters in Riyadh in the presence of GEA CEO Amr Banaja.
Praising this vital initiative, Banaja described it as a step forward towards enhancing cooperation between relevant entities, and creating projects that add value to the Kingdom's entertainment sector. He also took this opportunity to reiterate GEA's commitment to supporting such initiatives that serve the development of a sustainable and effective industry able to fulfill the economic and social objectives.
Banaja also highlighted the significance of the project in empowering Saudi youths by equipping them with necessary career skills and creating enriching job opportunities as per the targets outlined in Vision 2030.
Moreover, Banaja stated that GEA continually seeks innovative projects and initiatives that aim to develop solutions and contribute towards achieving the sector's objectives as part of an overall comprehensive strategy.

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