The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Centre), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank and Silatech, has announce that home-based and startup businesses can still avail the opportunity to participate in the ‘Qatar Food Fest’ within the Bedaya pavilion.
The Qatar Food Fest, which runs till the end of March 2020, is being held at the Sheraton Park, Bedaya Centre said in a statement on Wednesday.
Bedaya said it will be offering an opportunity for all entrepreneurs to be part of the event through monthly basis registration and nominal charges (QR3,000 per month only) to facilitate participation of promising businesses, allowing the largest number of them to be part of the event and utilise it to promote their products.
Entrepreneurs can also use the event to further develop their products and promote them in a way that suits market requirements, in addition to enhancing the competitiveness of existing projects.
Reema al-Khater, marketing manager at Bedaya Centre, said: “We would like to thank Alnoor Company for the collaboration and support they provided for startups in their festival.”
She added: “We are participating in this year’s Qatar Food Fest with an area that was dedicated to Bedaya Centre on a subsidised price with the aim of providing the opportunity for home-based food projects and emerging food businesses, as well as for small projects specialised in producing food-related products to participate in this public event.
“Priority will be given to new local startups, which have been operational for less than three years, and to projects that have a home-based licence or commercial registration, and to those who don’t have existing restaurant/shops or outlets.”
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