Ambitious Expansion Plans

The Middle East’s leading luxury fragrance company, Arabian Oud, demonstrated its desire to expand its customer base with the opening of a new branch at Msheireb Downtown Doha.

The company, which is the world’s largest supplier of Oriental fragrances and committed to using only the finest oils and ingredients, presented the new store in the presence of HH Ambassador of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the State of Qatar, Prince Mansour bin Khalid bin Abdullah bin Farhan Al-Saud, alongside VIPS and dignitaries.

The opening of this newest branch reflects the company’s ambitious strategy of expanding its customer base and offering an upscale and elegant level of services and products, in line with the brand’s vision to transform the Oriental perfume industry and take it from regional to global platform.

The new branch in Msheireb Downtown Doha is distinguished by its innovative and contemporary design and the opening comes as part of the company’s strategic expansion plan set out by CEO, Omar bin Abdulaziz bin Sulaiman Al Jasser.

Arabian Oud’s core objective is to proliferate Eastern culture and Arab heritage, embodied in its high-end perfumes and oud, throughout the world.

“The location of our new branch in Msheireb Downtown Doha was chosen because of its numerous attributes such as being the world’s first sustainable downtown and one of the smartest cities on earth,” said the CEO. “Strategically located in the heart of Qatar, a vibrant hub for entertainment and business, in addition to the ease of access it provides, integrated facilities and services and its proximity to business centres, make it the preferred and ideal destination to live, work, shop and spend quality time with family and friends.”

Established in 1982, Arabian Oud is the largest company specialising in producing authentic Oriental perfumes in the world, including incenses, fragrances, oud oil and natural oils. The company currently produces more than 200 types of luxury perfumes through its factories based in Riyadh. It also currently has branches in more than 150 cities in 35 countries around the globe.