Qatar Chamber has signed a sponsorship contract with Qatar Industrial Manufacturing Company (QIMC) for the ‘Made in Qatar’ exhibition to be held in Saudi Arabia from November 6 to 9.
The exhibition is being held outside Qatar for the first time and aims to promote Qatari products abroad.
The exhibition will be held at Riyadh International Convention and Exhibition Centre on an area of 10,000sq m, and includes a selection of products of leading Qatari companies along with small and medium businesses to introduce Qatari products to Saudi business community.
The exhibition aims to promote Qatar’s industry sector and encourage the use of Qatari products, while updating the Saudi business community on the latest developments in participating sectors.
It also aims at providing opportunity for exhibitors and manufacturers to meet, while directly introducing Qatari products to the Saudi community, and encouraging Saudi businessmen and women to invest in industrial projects in Qatar.
Aside from opening up new markets for Qatari companies abroad and promote the country’s SME sector, the exhibition is a big chance for many local firms and institutions to exchange experiences and secure business deals with their Saudi counterparts, as well as strengthen Qatar-Saudi economic partnership.
Mohamed al-Ansari, QIMC general manager, said: “Our company is always keen on taking part in all editions of the Made in Qatar exhibition. We also sought to support this edition in Saudi Arabia to inform the Saudi market about Qatari products and how much these products have been developed. It is our aim to opening new markets for the company in Saudi and boosting our cooperation ties with Saudi businessmen and companies.”
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