The US-Qatar Business Council (USQBC) in Doha has signed of a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with The Business Year (TBY) to solidify its partnership and commitment in playing an active role in collaborating with industry experts in market research to further provide support and information to our company members and prospects.
This partnership reflects the shared vision of USQBC and TBY to foster economic growth, enhance business relations, and promote investment opportunities between the United States and Qatar. Following this partnership, the organizations aim to contribute to the development of The Business Year: Qatar 2024 edition, which will provide valuable insights into Qatar's dynamic business environment, investment climate, and emerging industries.
“We are delighted to establish this strategic partnership with The Business Year. This collaboration allows us to leverage both of our expertise and resources to contribute towards the development of a highly-informative publication that will showcase Qatar's vibrant business landscape and investment potential to a global audience,” said Sheikha Mayes bint Hamad al-Thani, managing director of USQBC, Doha Office.
Vanessa Rameix, country manager of TBY in Qatar, added: “We are excited about the possibilities this partnership presents and look forward to a fruitful collaboration with the USQBC. This alliance allows us to enhance our coverage and deliver comprehensive and up-to-date information on the ever-evolving business opportunities in Qatar, a country that continues to embrace innovation and economic diversification.”
‘The Business Year: Qatar 2024’ edition will serve as an invaluable resource for investors, business leaders, and policymakers seeking to gain in-depth knowledge about Qatar's economy, sectors, and investment opportunities. The publication will showcase success stories, highlight key industries, and provide expert analysis on the country's business environment.
Sheikha Mayes bint Hamad al-Thani, managing director of USQBC, Doha Office; and Vanessa Rameix, country manager of TBY in Qatar, signing the MoU.