The Sharjah Exports Development Center at Sharjah Chamber is taking part in Project Qatar 2017, the 14th International Construction Technology and Building Materials Exhibition, launched 8 May in the Doha, Qatar.
Sharjah Exports Development Center takes part in Project Qatar alongside 516 exhibitors from 33 countries, in order to apprise participants of Sharjah’s exports regionally and internationally, as the event is expected to attract more than 1600 visitors of businessmen and officials from around the world.
Sharjah Exports Center is taking part in the event with a select group of national private sector companies representing diverse industrial and commercial sectors from Sharjah seeking opportunities for cooperation with Qatari and international companies, with a delegation led by Marwan Salem Al Muheiri, Exhibitions section head, and Ali Al Jabri, exhibitions executive.
Abdulaziz Shataf, Assistant Director General for the Members Services Sector and Director of Sharjah Exports Development Center, said that the Chamber is taking part in Project Qatar 2017 as part of the marketing plan of the Center and to enhance Sharjah’s presence in the Qatari market that is gearing up to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Shataf added that taking part in this event helps enable companies operating in Sharjah to get acquainted with the latest developments in construction equipment and materials and to seize opportunities, all within Sharjah Chamber’s strategy to develop the industrial sector and increase the gross domestic product of the emirate, and apprise the emirate as a remarkable industrial destination regionally and internationally and an attractive region for investment.
Abdulaziz Shattaf explained that the Sharjah Exports Development Center places great value in taking part in economic events abroad to apprise investors and the business community in Sharjah of the latest international developments in the different sectors and of the needs of the other markets, which would broaden the geographical spread of Sharjah’s exports around the world and enhance competition in the local private sector and its communication with its counterparts around the world and responsiveness to opportunities in marketing in the region and globally.
Project Qatar 2017 is seeing the participation of many national pavilions such including French, Italian, German, Chinese, Turkish, Kuwaiti and Pakistani stands, and is an excellent opportunity to learn about opportunities for investment made available by countries taking part in the event.
It is remarkable that the exhibition is a meeting place for businessmen from around the world and project managers of companies in the region under one roof to learn about the latest products and best solutions in fields relevant to the exhibition.