E-commerce sales in Doha are expected to reach more than $3.2bn by 2022 as many retailers and consumers shift to online platforms, allowing substantial growth of digital payment gateways and contactless payments
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) has been playing a significant role in the development of Qatar’s thriving financial technology (fintech) ecosystem by providing local and international firms with a wide range of benefits.
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), a leading onshore financial and business centre in the region, has witnessed a "significant" 63.7% year-on-year increase in the number of new firms licensed on its platform in 2020.
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) has contributed 1% to Qatar’s total gross domestic product (GDP), implying that 1% of Qatar’s total economic activity was generated by the QFC’s activities.
Qatar offers a range of new business expansion and innovation opportunities to companies from around the world, especially those from across the US, according to a top official of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC).
Cash-rich Qatar should focus on later stage startups than early stage entities as the country has the potential to dominate in that area to become a de-facto hub for the Gulf tech, according to an global investment manager.
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) hosted a webinar entitled, ‘Strategic Risk Management – Factors to Consider When Investing in and out of Qatar,’ to give global investors expert advice on mitigating risks when investing in Qatar and other international markets.
Qualified financial technology (fintech) companies wishing to operate in the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) stand to save as much as $10,000 as the QFC kicked off its ‘Tech Talk’ series.
A sustained rebound in business conditions – especially in the construction, manufacturing, wholesale and retail, and services – brightened the prospects in Doha's non-energy private sector in the fourth quarter, as the country relaxed Covid-19 restrictions
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), a leading onshore financial and business centre in the region, has announced new regulations for operating a representative office in Qatar.
IPA Qatar, UBS sign MoU for financial services hub in Doha The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) domiciled Investment Promotion Agency of Qatar (IPA Qatar) has signed a non-binding memorandum of understanding (MoU) with UBS, the world’s preeminent global wealth management firm and a leading financial ser
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) has organised a line-up of engaging virtual events spanning across three days, including the 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the World Alliance of International Financial Centres (WAIFC).