Ooredoo was the Silver Sponsor and Communications Partner of the 2019 Qatar Trade Summit, which was held in Doha from November 25-27.
The 2019 Qatar Trade Summit was a three-day event that brought together trade and logistics industry experts, key stakeholders and government officials to deliberate current developments within Qatar and plan a roadmap for the country’s economic growth and the consolidation of its position as a regional trade leader.
The summit featured panel discussions, presentations from speakers and opportunities for stakeholders to network and share experiences, insights and expertise.
Day 1 of the event focused on sea ports, shipping and air cargo, while Day 2’s spotlight was on supply chain and logistics. The final day looked at Qatar’s trade and investment.
As well as being Silver Sponsor, Ooredoo participated in the event with its director, Strategic Accounts, Cyril Anand, contributing on key topics revolving around digitalisation and transformation of regional shipping and air cargo.
Anand presented highlights of Ooredoo’s 5G network capabilities and how businesses and organisations can leverage 5G to their advantage.
Speaking of the event and sponsorship, Yousuf Abdulla al-Kubaisi, chief operations officer at Ooredoo Qatar, said: “Shipping, air cargo, trade and logistics are all key elements of Qatar’s industry, and Qatar enjoys an enviable position as an industry leader in the region.
“We are proud to be a partner as the country moves towards digitalisation as part of Qatar National Vision 2030, and proud to be contributing with our phenomenal 5G capabilities to ensure our industries are able to consistently perform and consolidate their position at the forefront of development.”
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