The Organising Committee of Katara's International Hunting and Falcons Exhibition (S'hail) 2020 has announced that the fourth edition of the event will be held from October 20 to 24 at Al Hekma Hall, Katara, with the participation of major international companies specialised in the field of falcons and hunting equipment, tools and related necessities.
In a statement issued by Katara - the Cultural Village Foundation, the organising committee pointed out that the process of choosing the companies and entities that will take part in the upcoming edition will be highly selective to attract the best exhibitors and major companies that are pioneers in the field locally, internationally and at the Arab world level.
The committee said it received a large number of applications from these entities to be part of the fourth edition of S’hail. It is currently carefully studying these applications to select the best from them, according to special standards that focus on quality, diversification and offering the best innovations and novelties in the field for those interested and visitors.
Further, the committee employs qualitative and quantitative standards in the process of selecting the participating companies, giving special care to boosting the atmosphere of competition among them to offer the best services.
The committee will work soon on the design of distinguished stalls and pavilions of ample and adequate spaces, enough to accommodate the selected companies.
Throughout the duration of the exhibition, the management of S’hail will launch a series of precautionary and protective measures against Covid-19 to guarantee a safe experience for the visitors. This will be done by observing strict social distancing rules, constant sanitisation and by making sure that all the workers and visitors display the 'green' healthy code on the Eheraz app and have a normal body temperature before entering the venue. Besides, any other precautionary updates will be accounted for, as announced by the government in the coming period.
Accompanying the exhibition, the organising committee will launch a number of related cultural and heritage programmes to introduce falconry to visitors and fans, in addition to various aspects of the original Qatari heritage with a focus on hunting skills, tools and necessities such as a show of related handicrafts.
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