“Made in Qatar 2023” Showcases Qatar’s Industrial Prowess Amidst Enthusiastic Turnout
The “Made in Qatar 2023” expo, continuing its successful run at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre, has been attracting a considerable crowd for its third day. Under the auspices of Amir H H Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, this ninth edition features over 450 factories and industrial companies, affirming Qatar’s growing industrial capabilities.
Key Seminars on Tawteen Program and Stock Exchange Innovations:
The event’s educational agenda included significant seminars. The first, presented by QatarEnergy, focused on the Tawteen program, a national initiative to boost local investment opportunities in Qatar’s energy sector. Ahmed Saeed Al Kuwari from QatarEnergy highlighted the program’s role in facilitating advanced companies with incentives and advisory services. The second seminar, by the Qatar Stock Exchange, shed light on financial mechanisms like short selling, emphasizing the Exchange’s role in financial education and market stability.
Digital Platform Launch in the Furniture Sector:
A key highlight was the launch of the Wyndham Home digital platform, a first-of-its-kind initiative in the Gulf, offering a range of decoration accessories and furniture. Attended by distinguished members from the Qatar Chamber and the Syrian Embassy, the platform reflects Qatar’s innovative approach in the furniture industry.
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