The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Centre), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank and Silatech, has announced the participation of 21 entrepreneurial projects at the ‘International Products Exhibition and Conference’ (IPEC 2018) being held until October 10 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre.
The participating pioneering projects under the Bedaya Centre umbrella work in different fields and have diverse ranging products. They are Krzqtr, Reem Cover, Ronza for Perfumes and Incense, Hand Magic, Ay Al Hajri, My Sugar, Nama Couture, Asawer Qatar, Dar Oudi Qatar, Queue Hats, Atr Al Mulook, Zkhrfat, Opal Qatar, Mahara, Dee Truffles, Reem Al GhalaAbayat, Al Reem Dairy, Asawer Qatar, Al Ghla Jewellery, Glitter Café, Moon Collection and Mairu Collection.
Bedaya Centre general manager Reem al-Suwaidi: “The participation of our entrepreneurial projects at ‘Ipec 2018’ is a great opportunity to display their products and deal directly with customers during the exhibition as well as have the opportunity to have a real-life experience.
“Moreover, the expo provided a perfect platform for visitors to learn about the nature of these projects, which has become a tangible reality, not a virtual one which helps to increase the participants’ entrepreneurial experience and motivates them to move forward in expanding their business base and upgrading their products.”
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