23 Sept 2018
Qatar Chamber has announced that the Economic Zones Company (Manateq) is supporting the ‘Made in Qatar 2018’ exhibition in Oman as Official Sponsor.
The expo, which will be organised by Qatar Chamber for the second time overseas, in co-operation with the Ministry of Energy and Industry and Qatar Development Bank (QDB) as strategic partner, is scheduled to be held from November 5 to 9 on a 10,000sq m area inside the Oman Convention and Exhibition Centre in Muscat.
The expo aims to exchange experiences with Omani companies in the industrial sectors, as well as to introduce Omani to Qatari products and opening up new foreign markets to small and large Qatari companies.
Qatar Chamber Director-General Saleh bin Hamad Al Sharqi and Manateq’s CEO, Fahad Rashid Al Kaabi signed the sponsorship agreement at the Chamber’s headquarters.
Saleh Al Sharqi expressed his thanks to the company for sponsoring the exhibition, stressing its keenness to boost the national industry.
He praised the key role played by the company to motivate businessmen and investors to invest in industry sector, noting that the company provides host of distinct services including an integrated, developed infrastructure and investment incentives which thereby attract businessmen and enhance the development of industry sector in the State.
On his part, Al-Kaabi said that Manateq’s support to ‘Made in Qatar’ exhibition would further strengthen the company’s vision and exhibit its achievements and investment opportunities, noting that this year edition of the event would be held in Oman.
He noted that the expo provides a brilliant opportunity for the company to promote the investment advantages in Qatar’s economic zones among Qatari and Omani businessmen.
He said Manateq is working towards achieving Qatar National Vision 2030 by diversifying industries in the country. “This is how Manateq fits well to complement the objectives of Made in Qatar exhibition,” he added.
The company represents a catalyst for change; a national initiative working to diversify Qatar’s economy through the provision of world-class infrastructures within strategically placed economic zones.
Established in 2011, with His Excellency Sheikh Ahmed Bin Jassim Al Thani, the Minister of Economy and Commerce, as the Chairman, Manateq is positioned as a vital component in achieving the ͚Economic Development͛ pillar of the Qatar National Vision 2030.
It realised that long-term and sustainable economic growth can only be accomplished through a thriving private business sector, capable of competing globally, and that the nation must now think beyond the current upcoming projects, such as the 2022 World Cup, to the establishment of non-oil related industries. To this end, the emphasis is now on the creation of a solid infrastructure in which small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) can prosper and grow.
To ensure this kind of longevity, it is essential that we have the investment, expertise, and entrepreneurial culture necessary. Manateq is therefore mandated to establish a wider range of business sectors in the economy, by developing indigenous enterprises in these sectors whilst also attracting international investment, businesses, and partners.
It works with potential and existing, local and foreign, investors; providing an international gateway for the swift set-up and successful growth of your business in Qatar.
The Free Zones, Logistics Parks, Industrial Zones and Warehousing Parks offer our investors a range of client services, unparalleled interconnectivity, access to GCC and global markets, high quality infrastructure, an easy set-up process, and much more.
Manateq’s vision is to promote economic diversification in investments adding value to Qatar., while its mission is to create a world-class business environment that enables domestic and foreign investors to deliver value added products and services to local, regional and international markets.
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