Bringing the economies closer to each has never been more imperative than in the post-pandemic period. With Qatar’s independent and robust economic growth, we are bridging the gap between the countries by gathering them under one roof to explore business opportunities.
The 3rd Qatar Trade Summit will provide a platform for industry leaders to embrace the new normal. Positioned on 9th and 10th November 2021, this event will be hosted in Intercontinental Hotel, Doha City, Qatar, where the nation’s key stakeholders will showcase exclusive development made in the past few years. The summit will accentuate the parameters attributing to the country’s vision in economic diversification.
Qatar has positioned itself as a self-sufficient and independent nation that has established diplomatic trade relations with many countries. Their new advancements in technology and innovation has placed them as one of the world’s leaders in the space of transportation infrastructure, building smart seaports and air cargos, improved supply chain and logistics, disruption in free zone innovations and implementing various technologies in trade finance for a holistic approach. Newer collaborations and investments are being made to welcome new players in the space of sports, financial services, logistics management, and retail industry to contribute to further economic growth under the Qatar Vision 2030. The upcoming FIFA world cup is the first step to the roadmap of many other initiatives that will transform Qatar’s economy and build stronger relations with the rest of the world. Qatar Trade Summit will host the contributors of this exponential growth within a month’s time to share their journey and strategies that will lead them to achieve the desired milestones.
Based on the theme “Facilitating Qatar Economic Surge beyond 2021” the summit will bring key concerns into the spotlight: technological advancements, recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic; accelerating the infrastructure developments to be prepared for FIFA World cup 2022; rethinking logistics and supply chain to meet the increasing import/export demand and building smarter ports for increased efficiency.
Under the government support of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry and Qatar Tourism, the summit will be hosting dignitaries such as H.E. Mr. Mohamed Hassan Al-Malki, Assistant Undersecretary for Industry Affairs, The Ministry of Commerce and Industry; Lim Meng Hui, CEO, Qatar Free Zones Authority; Rashid Bin Ali Al Mansoori, CEO, Qatar Stock Exchange; Heba Qadri, Managing Director, Qatar Sportstech; Mark Geilenkirchen, CEO, Sohar Port & Freezone, Oman; Glyn Hughes, Director General, The International Air Cargo Association (TIACA); Abdulaziz Al-Mikhlafi, Secretary-General, Ghorfa Arab-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Germany; Dr Olga Revina, Founder & Chairperson, Ukraine Qatar Business Council; Timo Hammaren, Head of Unit, D.G Trade, European Commission and many more from across the globe who will be indulging our guests in interactive presentations and panel discussions. The event will be showcasing cutting-edge solutions from our sponsored and supporting partners such as Qatar Tourism, QFZA, The Commercial Bank (P.S.Q.C), Hutchinson Ports Sohar, DHL Global Forwarding, Oracle, Ran Marine and leading media partners.
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