As the GCC and one of the biggest sports world cups in the country approach, the summit will provide a platform to explore investment options to create eternal business relationships with the world.
The Qatar Trade Summit will put the event in a stronger position to bring the EMEA industry together on November 9-10, 2021, where key stakeholders across the country will present the exclusive developments made in recent years. The summit will highlight the parameters attributing to the country’s vision for economic diversification.
Qatar aims to become the global hub for international trade and investment. Further advancements are underway in the space of transport infrastructure, construction of intelligent sea and air cargo ports, improvement of supply chain and logistics, disruption of innovations in free zones and the implementation of various technologies in trade finance for a holistic approach. With all the developments going on, the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup works like icing on the cake. This most important support will attract the attention of millions of football fans around the world, which will promote tourism and investment opportunities. This summit aims to bring together key stakeholders and industry evangelists under one roof to network with other industry experts, learn interactive discussions and explore business opportunities, ”said Parul Rana, Director of the conference, Qatar Trade Summit.
Qatar has a competitive advantage based on its stable foundation represented in the form of effective global institutional frameworks, a stable economic environment and the possession of an active market for goods. Qatar’s economy is characterized by its ability to maintain its rapid growth as it becomes one of the fastest growing economies in the world due to the economic policies adopted by the state. During this summit, guests will not only participate in discussions surrounding logistics activities, but also learn about multiple aspects of the country’s future models, upcoming projects and potential business investments in primary sectors such as financial services, health, sports, oil and gas, shipping, airways, technology and logistics.
Based on the theme “Facilitating Qatar’s Economic Push Beyond 2021,” the summit will highlight key concerns: recovering from the COVID-19 pandemic; accelerate infrastructure developments to prepare for the 2022 FIFA World Cup; rethink logistics and the supply chain to meet growing import / export demand and build smarter ports for increased efficiency.
Under the support of the government of Qatar Tourism, the summit will host dignitaries such as Lim Meng Hui, CEO, Qatar Free Zones Authority, Ahmed AlObaidli – Director of Events, Qatar Tourism, Glyn Hughes, Managing Director, TIACA, Rami Al Haddad, Group CIO, NAS, Lori Ann LaRocco, guest editor, Business News, CNBC around the world, who will provide our guests with interactive presentations and panel discussions.
The Qatar Trade Summit will help build better trade relations to realize the vision of economy 2030.
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