The GIKC homepage. The portal which is available in Arabic and English, has been designed to include all industrial information concerning the Gulf region.
The Gulf Organisation for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) has launched the all-new Gulf Industrial Knowledge Centre (GIKC) website as part of its efforts to develop and expand its various consultative and technical services.
The portal www.knowledge.goic.org.qa, which is available in Arabic and English, has been designed to include all industrial information concerning the Gulf region. “The website provides a unique set of GOIC’s outputs from various industrial studies and industrial investment opportunities, to new reports about several industrial sectors. In the future, it will be further developed to offer an even wider set of tools allowing investors to make the right decisions about investing in different Gulf industrial sectors,” GOIC secretary general Abdulaziz bin Hamad al-Ageel said.
The website was launched during the 97th regular meeting of GOIC, chaired by Ahmed bin Hassan al-Dheeb, undersecretary of Oman’s Ministry of Commerce and Industry and chairman of GOIC.
“The industrial investment opportunity files aim at providing Gulf investors and businessmen with information on possible industrial opportunities and offering guidelines about profitability and implementation requirements,” he said.
The website, completely developed by GOIC’s Information Technology department, allows the surfer to get to know investment opportunities in the Gulf region, industrial studies and reports based on intensive professional researches and studies by GOIC experts in various industrial sectors like food, medical supplies, plastics, textiles, leather, chemicals and petrochemicals, engineering, the environment, recycling and other important sectors.
Moreover, registered users enjoy additional services from GOIC such as weekly industrial newsletters and news about upcoming industrial events.
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