Vodafone Qatar announces partnership with QIFF 2019
March 20 2019 01:59 AM

Vodafone Qatar is the official telecommunications partner of the 10th edition of Qatar International Food Festival, which runs from today to March 30 at the Oxygen Park in Qatar Foundation’s Education City.
The hugely popular family friendly event, organised and delivered by the Qatar National Tourism Council (QNTC), will be packed with celebrity chefs, food tastings, chef demonstrations, food competitions, kids’ activities, and more. 
Among the many notable regional and international chefs participating are Qatar’s own Aisha al-Tamimi, ‘queen of the Arabian kitchen’ Manal al-Alem, Japanese celebrity chef Masaharu Morimoto, James Beard, award-winning pastry chef Dominique Ansel known for his croissant-donut hybrid – the Cronut, and famed Indian chef Ranveer Brar.
As part of the partnership, Vodafone Qatar will ensure that its world-class GigaNet network will be available across the Oxygen Park so that organisers, participants, and visitors can connect to high-speed internet for free via Vodafone-powered Wi-Fi hotspots.
Vodafone Qatar COO Diego Camberos said: “We’re very excited to sponsor the highly-awaited annual event in Qatar’s calendar that with each year gets bigger and better. And we’re delighted that our network will help everyone at QIFF capture and share all their special moments at the event. 
“This is also the fourth time we proudly partner with QNTC to hold leading events in Qatar, such as the Qatar Fan Zone and Shop Qatar – a partnership which we look forward to continue growing.”
Rashed AlQurese from QNTC stated, “We are proud of QIFF’s success over the last decade and the large number of festival partners it attracts. With their support the 10th anniversary edition is set to be a memorable experience. And, thanks to Vodafone Qatar, visitors will be able to share this vibrant and multicultural celebration with people all around the world.”

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