HE Chairman of Qatar Chamber (QC) and Chairman of the Made in Qatar exhibition’s Supreme Committee Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al-Thani announced that preparations for the 30,000 sqm exhibition are almost completed, where 355 industrial companies have registered for participation, including 92 new factories participating for the first time.
The ninth edition of the Made in Qatar exhibition will be held at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center (DECC) from Nov. 29 to Dec. 2, with an expected participation of around 450 Qatari companies and factories in six industrial sectors.
In a statement on Monday, His Excellency said that preparations are in full swing, highlighting that the exhibition’s objective is to showcase national industries and products. The expo aims to encourage the Qatari industry, promote the national product, and foster cooperation between Qatari employers and local companies, as well as streamline discussions on partnerships and alliances to enhance the state’s industrial sector.
His Excellency emphasized that this year’s edition will focus on attracting domestic and foreign investments to Qatar’s industrial sector, indicating that the accompanying activities will provide an opportunity for businessmen and foreign investors to gain insights into Qatar’s industrial sector and investment opportunities available in this sector. The exhibition will also provide an opportunity for bilateral meetings between Qatari investors and their foreign counterparts, deal-making, and forging alliances and partnerships in the industrial sector.
QC Chairman indicated that the expo’s total area, which is 30,000 sqm, is nearly fully booked, highlighting that so far, about 355 industrial companies have registered for participation, including 92 new factories participating for the first time.
His Excellency stressed that QC welcomes all companies and factories operating in the state to participate in the exhibition and showcase their products and services to the Qatari business community and visitors.
His Excellency urged companies to quickly register and reserve space in the exhibition that aims to promote Qatari products, enhance the state’s industrial sector, and reduce dependence on imports.
Meanwhile, QC General Manager Saleh bin Hamad Al Sharqi presided over the meeting of the Technical Committee of the exhibition, which was held on Monday, to review the latest updates in organizing the exhibition.
The upcoming edition of the Made in Qatar exhibition is witnessing a high demand from industrial companies wishing to participate in it to introduce their industries and products, as approximately 85 percent of the exhibition’s total area has been reserved so far.
Source: Qatar News Agency