Qatar Chambers extends deadline for expo
Doha, January 13, 2013
Qatar Chamber is extending the deadline for businesses to book their space at the side-line exhibition of the ICC WCF World Chambers Congress, the world’s largest biennial gathering of business leaders.
The new deadline, January 31, aims to give the opportunity to businesses in Qatar to showcase their services and products to a global audience from more than 100 countries during the Congress taking place in Doha from April 23 to 25 at the Qatar National Convention Centre.
“Exhibiting at the 2013 Congress and Exhibition guarantees worldwide exposure to a wide range of chambers of commerce and business leaders,” said Remy Rowhani, Qatar Chamber director general and ICC Qatar CEO.
“With only five blocks still available in the Qatar-area of the exhibition, this is the last opportunity for businesses in Qatar to use such a platform and to capture the imagination of a global audience,” added Rowhani.
Organised biennially by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) World Chambers Federation (WCF), the World Chambers Congress is the only international forum for the chamber of commerce and business leaders to share experiences, exchange insights, develop networks and address the latest business issues.
The 2013 Congress, being held in the Middle East for the first time, will further witness the popular World Chambers Competition, a rich Business Programme, a stimulating Cultural Programme, as well as the ICC World Trade Agenda Summit.
Some of the biggest corporations and companies in Qatar have joined hands with Qatar Chamber in welcoming the world businesses to Doha.
Qatar National Bank (QNB) provided their Strategic sponsorship to the congress, whilst other reputable companies such as ExxonMobil, Al Sraiya Holding Group, Qatari Diar, QP, Commercialbank and Salam International signed up to become Diamond and Platinum sponsors of the Congress. – TradeArabia News Service
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