Manateq joins QIBIC as economic partner


Doha – In a further demonstration of its commitment to contributing towards a solid foundation for entrepreneurial skills and capabilities across Qatar and the region, Manateq has signed an agreement with inaugural Qatar India Business and Investment Conference (QIBIC) to become the Official Economic Partner of the ground-breaking summit.

Bringing together government ministers, officials, VIPs and business leaders from both countries, QIBIC is a new platform that will explore further cooperation across the business landscape between the two old friends.

The first-of-its-kind conference, organised by Indian Business & Professionals Council (IBPC), Qatar, and Reach Events, in collaboration with Indian Embassy in Qatar, will run from April 16-17 at City Center Rotana Doha Hotel. It will provide a tailored forum featuring a who’s who of business pioneers, to explore opportunities and discuss ways to enhance the deep-rooted Qatar-India relationship, which has contributed significantly towards the growth and development of Qatar over the years.

“As the leading provider of Qatar’s industrial zones, logistics and warehousing parks that offer world-class business environments to private sector, it is our responsibility at Manateq to proactively support the push to drive the entrepreneurial aspirations of citizens and residents of Qatar, as well as our close overseas allies such as India,” said Fahad Rashid Al Kaabi, CEO, Manateq. “

The QIBIC conference will examine in detail business ecosystem in India and Qatar and will recommend measures for enhancing coordination between the two to achieve more effective results in future.

President of IBPC, K M. Varghese added: “Our people share a deep bond and QIBIC offers a perfect platform for old partners to bolster their relationships, for new business to be explored from both sides and for new partnerships to form.”

“As a leading provider of industrial zones and commitment to bolstering entrepreneurism in Qatar, Manateq will play a prominent role in this summit,” said Wahab Bou Hamdan, CEO, Reach.

Thought leadership sessions across the two-day QIBIC conference will focus on topics such as private sector opportunities in hospitality & tourism, industrial sector, infrastructure, investment and finances, services sector, and technology. The SME and entrepreneurship landscape in India and Qatar will be explored, and there will be further sessions focusing on agriculture trends, strategies, and long-term plans.



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