Building Services Qatar exhibition will gather more than 200 regional and international suppliers at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre from September 24 to 26, 2018, it was announced.
According to DMG events doha (organiser) senior vice president Andy White, the exhibition will showcase the latest product innovations in a multi-section show, covering seven products sectors: MEP Services, Building Interiors and Finishes, Building Envelope and Special Construction, Construction Tools and Building Materials, Construction Technologies and Innovations, Concrete, and Plant Machinery and Vehicles.
He stressed that launch of the exhibition will be officially supported by Qatar Tourism Authority (QTA).
Organisers quoted QTA’s Exhibitions director Ahmed al-Obaidli saying this event comes to Qatar as a result of an agreement with Qatar Financial Centre, which facilitates the establishment of international business events companies in Qatar aimed at boosting the sector’s growth.
“QTA is committed to supporting business event organisers and planners to ensure events in Qatar are delivered at the highest standards, and that they attract regional and international business events tourists,” al-Obaidli said.
He added that hosting and attracting global business events are key parts of QTA’s efforts to develop business events, which is considered one of the priority sub-sectors of tourism in the Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy.
On top of live product demonstrations, Building Services Qatar will feature a variety of educational elements such as a unique internationally certified Continuing Professional Development (CPD) workshop programme, technical seminars and business matchmaking.
The CPD content will explore key market trends, themes and opportunities in transport, education, health, sports, commercial and retail sector related projects, all of which will target thousands of active knowledgeable industry professionals, and investors.
Alongside the development of sports facilities; education, healthcare, transportation and infrastructure projects are enabling the delivery of the Fifa World Cup 2022 and the wider Qatar Vision 2030.
"When a global event is celebrated, countrywide infrastructure is created. A diversity of sectors will be called upon to expand in Qatar in the coming years,” White said.
“The exhibition will provide each sector with sustainable and innovative building solutions supporting Qatar’s National Vision 2030, and the legacy of infrastructure linked to Qatar hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup,” he added.
LEAVE A COMMENT Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked*
WCM-Q research highlights sedentary lifestyles in Mena
Green area fenced off
Art lovers in for a treat as museums prepare to reopen
Family bonds critical to protect society from drugs, says minister
Qatar observes International Day Against Drug Abuse
Many countries failed to support learners during Covid-19: report
Municipalities take action over violations by food establishments
Katara hosts virtual exhibitions
PHCC continues medicine delivery through Qatar Post