The Bedaya Centre for Entrepreneurship and Career Development (Bedaya Centre), a joint initiative by Qatar Development Bank (QDB) and Silatech, took part in activities held at Katara – the Cultural Village and Qatar Foundation in celebration of National Sport Day.
Bedaya Centre’s participation in the nationwide event was through 10 start-ups projects working in sports and health, as well as eco-friendly sectors. Its participation supports entrepreneurs and start-ups to showcase to the public their products in the various fields they represent.
The activities of Bedaya Centre aimed to raise awareness among the people regarding the nature of exhibited projects and promote them in the best way. The projects were exhibited at Katara in specially-prepared kiosks, while at Qatar Foundation the projects were displayed through the Dukan Bedaya.
Bedaya Centre made it possible for specific categories of projects to participate in the Sport Day event. The participants in the event have been engaged in local projects related to manufacturing or design. Priority was also given to emerging projects that have been operating for two years or less since their establishment, and the ones that have a home license or a commercial registration and do not have an existing shop or restaurant.
The centre also participated in the various Sport Day activities by collaborating with the Qatari initiative, Original Fitness Club, for a fusion of circuit training, boot-camp incorporated with trampolines, kettle-bells, dumbbells, resistance bands, and strength ropes were adapted to guarantee a smart, dynamic, and fun workout under the supervision of certified coaches and instructors.
Hanane Ibrahim, Business Development manager at Bedaya Centre, said: “We are thrilled to participate this year through a group of sporting events and activities in addition to 10 startups projects in the Sports Day Activation, which represents moral support for all members of society to adopt a healthy lifestyle. Moreover, this is an ideal opportunity for entrepreneurs to display their ideas and products.”
She added: “This year, our participation was divided between Katara – the Cultural Village and Qatar Foundation. We seek to share with all members of society their joy in this event through a set of sports-related activities, in addition to highlighting startup projects that link their services and products in line with the goals of the Sport Day and environment and enhances their position in the community, especially as the country is witnessing a healthy and sporty renaissance.”
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