Project Qatar aims to reconnect the construction industry in Qatar

Doha: After the great success of its previous edition with more than 500 exhibitors from 33 countries, 15 international pavilions which included 342 international representatives of world famous brands and companies, Project Qatar returns in its 17th edition from October 4 to 7, 2021 at DECC to reconnect the construction industry in Qatar.

Organized under the patronage of HE the Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior of the State of Qatar, the Qatar 2021 Project is the country’s first commercial platform specializing in construction and all related industries. For more than 17 years, Project Qatar has brought together the global construction community to offer and showcase the latest products and services in the industry.

Haidar Mshaimesh, Managing Director of IFP Qatar, said: “With the recent announcement that Qatar has issued visit visas for business and leisure travelers without any quarantine requirements for fully vaccinated people, what whatever their nationality and country of departure, the next edition of PQ is a real opportunity to reconnect with the main leaders and decision-makers in the industry.

There is an urgent need to reconnect different producers and suppliers with buyers and business leaders to boost trade, whether within local markets or between Qatari and global markets, especially with the short deadlines of projects. linked to the next (FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 TM) which takes place in less than 500 days! ”

Along with the exhibition, the Project Qatar conference is intended to discuss and explore various aspects of the future of construction in Qatar, with the participation of high-level government speakers, market leaders and specialists.

Along with its conference and exhibition, Project Qatar 2021 will also see the introduction of an array of skills and career development sessions for construction industry professionals. Participants will be able to participate in CPD certified training sessions and workshops, which are offered free of charge throughout the event.

Organized by International Fairs and Promotions (IFP) Qatar, the leading event organizer in Qatar, Project Qatar 2021 promises that with such synergy of various functions under one roof, the event will be the “must see fair”. the year ”in Qatar.

Adding this to the promising nature of the abundant opportunities in the Qatari market itself, Project Qatar appears uniquely positioned to help bring the national economy back to its normal pace, in addition to helping companies associated with the industry overcome the Covid-19. crisis through the networking opportunities that will be offered through the event for exhibitors and visitors.

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