NAAAS Trading, Services & Hospitality and Harvest International Trading received a large number of visitors at their pavilions during Hospitality Qatar 2018 at Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, the two companies said in a joint statement.
Visitors, including both individuals and representatives of companies, were keen to explore the various areas of services offered by NAAAS and Harvest in hospitality, cleaning and catering.
The services cover a number of government and private sectors in addition to individual clients such as the supply of staff for business customer service, reception and others that give clients distinguished and special assistance.
Hospitality Qatar 2018 took place from November 6 to 8.
Meanwhile, Harvest International Trading unveiled its new updated list of food and consumer goods that constitute a specialised addition to the local food market, according to the statement. The company has introduced a number of high-quality products according to the applicable international standards that have won the trust of local consumers.
In addition, the company has introduced Tunisian company Ben Ayed for fresh fish and seafood, with Harvest as its exclusive distributor in Qatar. On its part, NAAAS unveiled a number of modern services in customer service and hospitality that further upgrade client service concepts in the industry and take them to higher levels of luxury and customer satisfaction.
NAAAS and Harvest stressed the “great success” of the fourth edition of Hospitality Qatar as it has seen higher levels of development and wider international participation. The event was “exceptional in different aspects, especially the huge turnout of visitors and the diversity of activities and events that accompanied the exhibition from the first early hours of its launch.
The management of both companies said in the statement that their pavilions attracted a wide section of international and local officials, investors and distributors, besides other visitors interested in the field.
The expo has been an ideal platform to build new business partnerships and to create promising investment opportunities, as it has resulted in exploring the potential of signing new co-operation agreements with producers and distributors within and outside Qatar.
Throughout the event, Ben Ayed, in co-operation with Harvest, offered the public direct cooking sessions and presented them with a distinguished collection of fresh seafood dishes that were liked by the expo visitors and the participating food and hospitality companies as well.
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