“Expo Turkey by Qatar” has concluded at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) after a three-day event featuring various products of some 150 Turkish companies in at least 10 economic sectors.
The first edition of the Exhibition, organized under the patronage of Qatar Chamber (QC) has provided the Turkish companies with an opportunity to expand their business relations in Qatar in order to gain a share of Qatar’s investments in infrastructure projects and the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The event brought together a number of Qatari businessmen and their Turkish counterparts to discuss the areas and prospects of trade cooperation between the two sides.
It also hosted various discussion sessions on means to achieve economic gains in light of the global changes along with joint investment opportunities between the Qatari and Turkish private sectors.
The exhibition also reflected aspects of Turkish culture through the Turkish Cultural City aimed to familiarize the Qatari public with the diverse and rich features of this culture.
In addition, some 12 Qatari families, have exposed at the Chamber Pavilion different Qatari products including abayas, perfumes, sweets, accessories and others.
Some of these families have also entered into partnerships aimed at providing them with the Turkish technology in the production process, especially in the design and manufacture of Qatari fashion.
Commenting on their participation in the first edition of the “Expo Turkey by Qatar,” they said that the event was an opportunity for them to display their products, which attracted a number of Turkish visitors, who expressed their admiration over the high quality Qatari handicrafts compared to their prices.
For his part, Director General of Qatar Chamber (QC) Saleh bin Hamad Al Sharqi renewed QC’s keenness to promote the productive families and assist them in developing their products and introducing them in the local market through exhibitions held in Qatar, referring in this regard to their previous participation in “Made in Qatar” Expo.
In this context, he stressed support for productive families as an important part of the national economy and a real nucleus for small and medium industries, pointing out that the Chamber will soon organize a special exhibition for productive families.
Al Sharqi also praised the success of “Expo Turkey by Qatar” and the Summit of Entrepreneurs, which paved the way for Qatari and Turkish businessmen to hold bilateral meetings during which they discussed means of enhancing cooperation and establishing joint ventures and projects that serve the economies of both countries.
This post is also available in: Arabic