The country of Kuwait is among the countries where wealthy families control the economy. It has become a tradition. Even those forming the government are from rich countries. That is how in 1940, the Al Humaidi Family was governing the business sector for a long time. And currently, it is Dr. Abdulla Al Humaidi´s turn to lead the family´s success. The family investment businesses get passed on from one generation to the next. Currently, Abdulla Al Humaidi is the head of the family business. The country has ventured into many areas such as banking, property management, health, fitness, entertainment, and hospitality. 

With their many years of experience, they have offered quality services both in the Middle East and Europe. The country prefers doing business in Europe as they claim there is a favourable business environment compared to the Middle East, which has unfair competition. One of the most noticeable investments is in the entertainment sector, whereby the Al Humaidi Family owns the London Entertainment Resort. Abdulla Al Humaidi has explained that it is a significant entertainment location with many sorts of entertainment such as movie theatres. Its remarkable construction has made it unique and has hosted Hollywood works as several movies have been shot in the resort. 

To add to that, the London Resort theme park offers world-class leisure services serving the many tourists who get to London every year. Another significant investment from Abdulla Al Humaidi is the Armilla. It is a banking and investment firm that has ventured into property management, consultation, money lending, and stock exchange businesses. Alongside Abdulla Al Humaidi´s investment projects, it has seen the construction of several buildings in Europe. It has its operations in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. EbbsFleet Football Club is another project owned by the Al Humaidi Family. It is one of the leading football clubs in Europe. To the family, the task is not expected to bring forth profits right away. Instead, they take it as a way of developing the community at Kent, London.