More than 50 companies from Bangladesh will showcase a wide range of exportable products and services in a first-of-its-kind "Made in Bangladesh" – MiB exhibition – to be held at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC ) on January 28-30.
MiB is the three-day long, first-ever, single country dedicated trade and investment exhibition in the Middle East for Bangladesh, exclusively showcasing "Made in Bangladesh" products and services.
Companies representing Bangladesh’s financial sector to ICT, tourism, boutique houses, agro, real estate, food and beverages will be present at the expo, providing entrepreneurs in Qatar with an opportunity of potential trade partnership.
This exhibition will give a unique opportunity to the participating Bangladeshi companies to display their products and services and help them to have deep understanding of the needs and opportunities of Qatar market, to meet market leaders and prospective target partners through business-to-business (B2B) meetings, and meet Qatari investors and participate in guided industry tours.
By visiting the exhibition, Qatari entrepreneurs and Doha residents will have the prospect to meet with the leading Bangladeshi brands and to get familiar with the business friendly environment and policies to invest in Bangladesh. This will eventually help to build stronger economic ties between Qatar and Bangladesh.
MiB will host panel discussions on trade, investment polices of Bangladesh and Qatar, business opportunities between Qatar and Bangladesh, digitalisation, while the panellists will include business and policy leaders from Qatar and Bangladesh, industry thought leaders and the leading career professionals from Qatar and Bangladesh, followed by an eye-catching Bangladeshi fashion show and cultural events during the three-day exhibition.
The first day of the exhibition will have a formal opening ceremony, seminars and cultural show under the theme “Rhythm of Bangladesh”, fashion show of Dhakai Jamdani and Katan.
The second day will include seminars, a cultural show under the theme of "Seasons of Bangladesh" and the instrumental fusion and tribute to the musical legends followed by gala dinner.
The third and closing day will have seminars, cultural show under the theme “The Bengal beats”, folk festival, formal closing and award ceremony.
A high powered trade and business delegation headed by the Industry and Investment Adviser to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Salman F Rahman will be present during the exhibition to meet and discuss with the business leaders, think tanks and consulting groups in Qatar.
The expo is being organised by the Embassy of Bangladesh, Qatar and Bangladesh Forum Qatar (BFQ), a non-profit organisation comprising Bangladeshi expatriate professionals.
The Export Promotion Bureau of Bangladesh (EPB and the Qatar Financial Center (QFC) are the sponsors of the event, while the Qatar Chamber is sponsoring the event by organising B2B meeting between Bangladesh and Qatari counterpart throughout the three-day events.
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