Qatar Chamber (QC) has recorded a large turnout of interested participants for the latest edition of ‘Made in Qatar’.
The event is slated from November 5 to 9 at the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre in Muscat.
QC director-general and head of organising committee Saleh bin Hamad al-Sharqi said the ‘Made in Qatar’ 2018 Oman edition will be held in co-operation with the Ministry of Energy & Industry and Qatar Development Bank.
“Preparations are on track,” said al-Sharqi, who noted that the chamber has started receiving sponsorships from Qatari companies and institutions. The firms, he continued, has requested for bookings at the event.
The exhibition is expected to gather around 200 companies.
Al-Sharqi said each participating company will be provided with a 12sqm exhibition space at the event, which will cover a 10,000sqm area.
“The chamber will also ensure the transportation and shipping costs of the participating companies to attract as many participants as possible, and to ensure the success of the exhibition,” al-Sharqi said.
The chamber’s director-general also called on local companies and factories to participate in this year’s ‘Made in Qatar’ exhibition, which, according to al-Sharqi, is an opportunity to launch Qatari products in the Omani market.
The event is also an opportunity for Qatari businesspersons to discuss and forge new partnerships with their Omani counterparts and other major investors and buyers in Oman, al-Sharqi added.