Doha hosts Project Qatar and Hospitality Qatar Exhibitions

  • Publish date: Tuesday، 07 June 2022
Doha hosts Project Qatar and Hospitality Qatar Exhibitions

The International Exhibition Company - Qatar, revealed that Project Qatar and Hospitality Qatar will be combined in one exhibition that offers multiple opportunities from June 6 to 9 at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center, in the last major international trade event hosted by the State of Qatar before the events The 2022 World Cup, during a press conference that witnessed the participation of a wide range of partners and sponsors of the event.

The Italian Participation

On this occasion, His Excellency Mr. Alessandro Bernas, Ambassador of the Italian Republic to the State of Qatar, stressed that 2022 will not only be a year for Doha to organize the historic World Cup, but will also be a wonderful year for bilateral relations between the two countries, as this year will witness the celebration of the thirtieth anniversary of the opening of the embassy. The Italian company in Doha, expressing his pride in his country’s contribution to the World Cup projects, through the experience of some Italian companies, especially in the field of transport and infrastructure, in reference to the Doha Metro and Al Bayt Stadium, which were built by a joint project between Italian and Qatari companies, pointing out that the Italian companies occupied Leading foreign companies participating in the exhibition.

On this occasion, Mr. Haider Meshamish, General Manager of the International Exhibitions Company-Qatar, said that the combination of the two exhibitions is mainly due to the fact that there will be no room for organizing events at this level after June 2022, as all the capabilities of the state will be harnessed to make the most awaited event globally a success. The 2022 World Cup, so we decided to combine the two strongest exhibitions in the local market before the countdown to the World Cup.

He pointed out that the exhibition will welcome at least 20,000 specialized visitors from the construction and hospitality sectors, at a rate of no less than 5,000 visitors per day, including many international trade delegations who will benefit from the occasion to come to Qatar and closely see the country's readiness for the World Cup.

Meshaimesh added that the Qatar Hospitality Exhibition, which is being held in its seventh session this year, is the only trade fair in Qatar for hospitality restaurants and cafés, and is considered the most prominent and oldest exhibition directed at local, regional, and international companies which work in the tourism and hospitality sector, which represents a unique opportunity to enhance its brand and attract more sponsorship opportunities.

He also revealed that more than 300 exhibiting companies are distributed among 180 international companies from 30 different countries, seven of which participate in official national pavilions, and 120 Qatari companies, led by major governmental and semi-governmental agencies and the most prominent private sector companies.

For his part, Eng. Saud Al-Tamimi, Director of Roads Projects Department at the Public Works Authority, the strategic partner of the exhibition, stated that the Public Works Authority will participate in Project Qatar with a special pavilion for the sixth year in a row, through which it will review the authority’s achievements in infrastructure projects. This year's participation represents an exceptional occasion to highlight the authority's role and contribution over the past years in preparing the necessary infrastructure to host the 2022 World Cup.

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