The strategy is a “first-of-its-kind” in Qatar and in Arab countries, and is aimed at nurturing business startup companies.
The findings were announced during the first ‘National Incubation Strategy’ workshop hosted by QDB at the Hilton Doha on Monday.
The exhibition is being organised by QDB with the active co-operation of Qatar Chamber, NAMA Centre and the Ministry of Administrative Development Labour and Social Affairs.
In 2017, QDB brought more than 500 Qatari companies to over 100 exhibitions abroad, according to QDB CEO Abdulaziz bin Nasser al-Khalifa, who spoke to reporters recently on the sidelines of a launching event.
New programmes and strategies are creating platforms for start-ups and SMEs in Qatar, Oxford Business Group (OBG) has said in a report.
Qatar Development Bank (QDB) will fund QR300,000 to QR400,000 to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) as part of efforts to help them get listed on the Qatar Stock Exchange ...
With the private sector placed under the spotlight following the economic blockade, more public private partnerships (PPPs) are expected to be forged between government, semi-government, and local companies, an official of Qatar Development Bank has said.
Leading agencies in the academics, banking, and the private sectors signed an agreement on Sunday to launch ‘Ma’an’, an initiative that aims to support young entrepreneurs using innovative tools.
In an initiative aimed at supporting Qatar’s small and medium-sized enterprises and promoting the country’s industrial sectors such as chemicals, plastics, wood materials, and electronics, QDB, QNB and QIB have signed an MoU.