Corporate innovation facilitator and venture development firm Rainmaking Innovation expands to Saudi Arabia


Rainnmaking Innovation, a corporate innovation facilitator and venture development firm, has launched in Saudi Arabia to  fuel the growth of crucial sectors .

Rainmaking Innovation is launching two industry-focused programmes: Fintech and Tourism & Hospitality. These programmes aim to accelerate the development of startups within these sectors, fostering innovation and unlocking opportunities for sustainable growth and job creation in alignment with the ambitious goals outlined in Vision 2030.  

“With immense excitement, Rainmaking MENA embarks on a transformative journey, venturing into Saudi Arabia,” said Ibrahim Seksek, CEO at Rainmaking MENA.

 “Our strategic vision revolves around igniting positive change and nurturing a culture of innovation, as we actively shape the future entrepreneurial landscape in this region. Collaborating hand in hand with local partners and ambitious entrepreneurs, our mission is to empower and unlock the full potential of Saudi Arabia’s vibrant ecosystem, propelling remarkable growth and spearheading an extraordinary era of impactful ventures.” he added. 

The company is seeking to create a unique opportunity for local talent to interact with worldwide expertise as it evolves into Saudi Arabia as a way to encourage knowledge transfer and allow young innovators to take their ideas to new levels.

Under the astute leadership of Ibrahim Seksek, a serial entrepreneur with multiple exits, Rainmaking Innovation MENA is set to create a meaningful impact in the Saudi Arabian market. With a wealth of experience and a passion for driving innovation, Seksek’s leadership will be instrumental in shaping the success of Rainmaking Innovation’s initiatives in the Kingdom.

Rainmaking Innovation has a distinguished track record of working alongside leading companies, propelling innovation across diverse sectors. Collaborations with prominent names such as IKEA, Visa, Jordan Payments & Clearing Company (JoPACC), Kuwait International Bank, Smart Dubai, Du, Orange, Vodafone, Barclays, Morgan Stanley, and Engie have paved the way for transformative breakthroughs and game-changing innovations.

In recent news, Bain & Company is to acquire APAC arm of global Rainmaking, fortifying the company’s position as a critical player in the global innovation landscape.