Ibtihaj Al Ahmadani, Board Member of the Qatar Chamber and Chairperson of the Qatari Businesswomen Forum opened on Friday the tenth edition of the ‘Arabian Woman Exhibition’ at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC).
The opening ceremony was attended by an elite group of businesswomen and entrepreneurs from Qatar and other countries, along with Tamader Al Marri, the director of Vogue Event Company, the exhibition’s organizing company.
The exhibition, which is held under the sponsorship of the Qatari Businesswomen Forum and will run until Thursday, February 1, features 240 domestic and foreign booths, showcasing over 200 notable female entrepreneurs from Qatar, as well as exhibitors from other regional countries presenting their innovations and designs for the winter and autumn of 2024.
Following the inauguration, Al Ahmadani toured the pavilions of the exhibition and was briefed about the most recent designs and items displayed by Qatari and other designers in the sectors of fashion, accessories, and women’s products.
In a statement, Al Ahmadani stressed that the Qatari Businesswomen Forum would continue to support Qatari businessmen, helping them promote their products and projects both domestically and abroad, enhancing their contribution in the state’s commercial and economic activity.
She also said that the ‘Arabian Woman Exhibition’ has witnessed great development from year to year in terms of the number of exhibitors and the exhibition area. She added that this development keeps pace with the level of exhibited items, which include innovative designs in fashion, accessories, and women’s requirements.
For her part, Tamader Al Marri said that the exhibition has seen considerable development in recent years, emphasizing its status as one of the most important events held in Doha. She indicated that the exhibition showcases the latest designs for Qatari designers, enabling them to display their new and innovative selections.
Al Marri pointed out that the exhibition provides a great opportunity for Qatari entrepreneurs to promote their projects and products with the aim to enhance their role in the economic process. She expects that it will draw more visitors compared to the previous edition, which attracted more than 12,000 visitors.
She noted that many distinct brands in the realm of Arab fashion are participating in the exhibition, affirming that this has made it a special and inclusive edition showcasing all the needs of the Qatari woman, including abayas and women’s supplies.
The exhibition is open from Saturday to Thursday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m