Qatari, Omani Businessmen Prepare for Business Meeting in April

Published February 22nd, 2018 - 06:00 GMT
The meeting will be held in Doha, on April 11 and 12. (Karim Jaafar/ AFP)
The meeting will be held in Doha, on April 11 and 12. (Karim Jaafar/ AFP)

The Qatari-Omani Joint Business Entrepreneurs Meeting will be held in Doha in April, under the patronage of Qatar's Minister of Energy and Industry Dr. Mohamed bin Saleh al-Sada.

The Gulf Organisation for Industrial Consulting (GOIC) will host the meeting on April 11 and 12 in Doha, in collaboration with Modern Talent, an Omani-based events company.

The meeting was the result of GOIC’s efforts to strengthen industrial and commercial cooperation between Qatar and other GCC countries.

The event is expected to bring together a number of decision makers, businessmen, and investors from Oman and Qatar, GOIC said in a statement.

The meeting also aims to encourage industrial and commercial partnerships that would contribute to economic development in the two countries by promoting cooperation between Qatari and Omani businessmen.

Furthermore, the meeting will introduce the various characteristics and scopes of investment opportunities in Qatar and Oman to help young entrepreneurs identify areas to boost all forms of investments.

The meeting aims to benefit from the human and natural capabilities of both countries, as well as promote economic relations in various fields, encourage partnerships between factory owners and experts, and facilitate investments in Qatar and Oman.

Moreover, the meeting will present an opportunity to stimulate Qatari-Omani economic relations and increase commercial exchange in line with the expectations of both the countries.

The meeting will focus on key economic sectors such as heavy industries, logistics, tourism, technology and software, real estate, hospitals and healthcare, gas and its derivatives, food industries, and agriculture and livestock.

Some of the key themes of the meeting include strengthening the commercial exchange; contributing to the economic development of both countries; investing in the technology and communications sectors; discussing investment opportunities through specialised papers and consultation sessions for various business sectors; signing agreements and visiting industrial areas.

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