The Al Hamra Tower business centre occupies the 35th floor of an iconic 80-story skyscraper - the tallest building in Kuwait City - and commands dramatic views of the bay and surrounding areas. The elegant, twisting sculptural form of the Al Hamra Tower dominates the skyline in the downtown East Maqwa district. Inside, the business centre boasts the highest quality finishes, including an impressive 20-metre high reception area and two sky lobbies - one above and one below the centre. Business neighbours include oil, logistics, telecoms and insurance companies. Kuwait is a major crude oil producer (oil represents 56% of GDP) but is working to reduce its reliance on the sector, focusing on growth areas such as financial services, real estate, business services, storage, communication and transport. Kuwait has an advanced transportation network, including multi-lane highways, two commercial ports at Shuwaikh and Shuaiba, and Kuwait International Airport (KIA), which is 16km from the business centre.