The co-operation agreement signed recently between NeXTFairs and Qatar Society of Engineers (QSE) is seen to enhance the growth opportunities of the business events sector in Qatar.
NeXTFairs general manager Rawad Sleem said, “We are pleased to sign this important agreement with the QSE, as it will be mutually beneficial for both parties, subsequently developing and pushing the Qatari engineering sector forward and also contributing effectively in organising the events, exhibitions, and activities that will be held by the QSE in the future.”
QSE chairman Khalid bin Ahmed al-Nasr said, “We look forward, upon the agreement with NeXTFairs, to strengthening co-operation at all levels between us during the upcoming period, through a package of activities and events that enhance the partnership between both the parties and support the local market, especially since NeXTFairs is one of the major companies specialised in organising events in the local market.”
According to Sleem, agreement focuses on enhancing mutual co-operation and participating in the various events held by both parties which will, in turn, enhance the events serving engineers and the whole engineering sector.
Sleem said the collaboration was preceded by announcing QSE as Association Partner for the second edition of ‘Build your House Exhibition’ (BYH 2021) slated from March 22 to 24 at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC).
“The participation of QSE in BYH 2021 is of great importance as the association plays a major role in the development of the engineering sector and other related sectors, such as construction and design, which promotes the development process in Qatar,” he said.
Sleem said the participation of entities, such as QSE and other prominent companies in BYH 2021, provides various options for Qatari citizens who visit the exhibition to build or renovate their houses, as the exhibition has become an important platform that connects visitors with contractors and consultants to enable them to define their options and make decisions related to the construction process.
The wide participation of about 200 companies in the coming event helps in highlighting the latest trends in the construction sector, especially through the use of modern sustainable building materials which will increase the growth of the smart building market and significantly contribute to rationalising the consumption of energy, he said.
Sleem said BYH 2021 seeks to upgrade sustainable and eco-friendly real estate market by providing the best solutions through the most prominent companies in the construction sector all under one umbrella to serve the visitors, stressing that the exhibition will apply all precautionary measures to protect against Covi-19 to preserve the safety and health of companies, participating entities and visitors and to ensure the best safe experience.
Al-Nasr added: “The participation of QSE in the second edition of BYH exhibition as an Association Partner reflects the association’s continuing role in providing distinguished professional services according to the highest engineering standards.”
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